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(902 Words) A man stares at his full reflection, trembling with excitement. He slowly reaches out and touches his reflection… finger to finger. There’s a spark of light. Then ripples. His reflection warps and shrinks. It is now a small Continue Reading
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Whether you’re traveling, staying in, or having loved ones over to your place, Christmas is a time for relaxing and remembering what the spirit of the season is all about. Here, we offer 5 great short story collections fit for Continue Reading
1) What inspires you to write short stories? I am inspired to write short stories by life experiences, social issues , and imagination. Of the three, life experiences is probably the most influential- I think it helps to make the plot Continue Reading
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The Menagerie (1430 words) The halls were quiet. Helena’s footsteps echoed against the delicate arches and columns: a building made almost entirely of glass and mirrors, ancient and strange, with the mythic menagerie awaiting her behind the only wooden doors Continue Reading
Congratulations to Lee Vincent, the winner of our last Short Story Contest! Lee won a $20 Gift Card to Amazon. You can find the winning story below: It hadn’t always been like this. She knew that one day, things would Continue Reading
(326 words) James talks to Hunter about organ donation and about the importance of bracing herself for unfortunate outcomes. Hunter sees him opening and closing his mouth but she hears nothing. It is like the mute button is pressed. The Continue Reading