Karma Is a Douche: A Ghostly Pale Excerpt

He’d already mastered the art of ignoring ghosts, especially persistent ones. He’d stopped caring about them. Until a year ago, they’d been like helpless humans to him, appearing anywhere he’d gone and seeking his help. He’d been more than a medium, going through any length to address their personal concerns. He’d been like a trustworthy…

Rosé: A Pinkish Excerpt

He walked toward Tyro and took the dress from him. “Guess I left the door open again. For someone who’s keeping this great secret …” He sat down on the side of the bed. “I heard Tan called Maddie Rosé when he first met her. The only living thing allowed to come in here was…

14 Truths about Writing Short Fiction

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Writing short fiction is never easy. Getting the first short story you've ever written published is really hard. Here in this article, I've listed, based on my personal experience, the things you need to know or expect right after you've finished writing a story. 1. Right after you've finished writing a story, you are excited…

Something Wonderful in July

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Something Wonderful: Someone has pulled me out of the slush pile this once. "I love life even when bad things happen to me. I can't stop loving it. Every season of the year comes with a promise that something wonderful is going to happen to me someday."              — Judith…