Short Stories

Stories Varied : A Book of Short Stories

Stories Varied : A Book of Short Stories by Murthy, BS. Stories Varied delve into the possibilities of woman’s life in the man’s world. While Ilaa’s Ire takes one back to woman’s life and times in the Vedic age, ‘201’ Qualms depicts her predicament when torn between trust and duty. If “?” addresses woman’s marital […]

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Sing The Blues: Carnal Desires Meets Death – Kindle edition by Tina Collins. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

To fully appreciate the catastrophic results of stupidity and selfishness, one must understand the nature of the relationships within a single group of humans. In one story, Serena describes herself as ‘a kind of Black Widow’ but, she has an annoying phobia of knives. So, exactly how does she aim to seek and destroy? In […]

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Talk Back to Fictional Characters

Have you ever wanted to tell a fictional character to go to hell? Or just talk back to them? Or warn them about the killer around the corner? Or simply have a long conversation with them?

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Writing Advice from The Wheel of Time Series

Now, great fiction is always unexpected on some level or it doesn’t make a great story. But even nonfiction should be unexpected. If it’s expected, it means that you are not revealing anything new. And if so, then why would they buy your book? Be unexpected. Be surprising. Be one of a kind. When you […]

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The Rain by moonovertaos on deviantART

“There’s a woman who brings the storms.” “Sure, Jeremy, and there’s a man who takes out the garbage, too.” “No, I’m serious about this. I saw her last night. Remember the wind was blowing the trees so hard, and there was lightening and thunder. Then, just before the rain, I saw her.

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Believe by moonovertaos on deviantART

One night the turtle said to his friend the frog: “Would you like to fly with me through the stars tonight to meet the moon?” The frog, who thought the turtle a silly kidder, replied, “Turtle, I don’t believe anyone can fly, much less a fellow who carries a shell such as yours.” “Well, come […]

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A Slice of Life by Gail Berry

A short short story by Gail Berry

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The Rain short short story by Gail Berry

“There’s a woman who brings the storms.” “Sure, Jeremy, and there’s a man who takes out the garbage, too.” “No, I’m serious about this. I saw her last night. Remember the wind was blowing the trees so hard, and there was lightening and thunder. Then, just before the rain, I saw her.

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