Or scenes, if you dare...
I’m all over this. Can I submit something from more than one prompt or just one for starters?
Very happy to share this! It is a short story response to the radioactive table writing prompt posted recently:
Thanks for doing this Chuck. Here’s the first chapter in the second story I’m working on.
Hi Chuck, my submission is a short story at almost exactly 2,500 words:
Title: In the First Courts of Hell.
Go figure I got an acceptance to Maudlin House today for April 6th, but I didn't know how long your window was open for posts.
So this one is from March of last year. Didn't want to miss an opportunity.
This is my story "Strawberry".
<Hide and Seek> - A winning strategy in hide and seek.
Hope you enjoy it!
X hours into your overnight haul and hungry, you can trust the next truck stop to get you through the last leg of the drive, right?
(Love the connection, I edited at least part of this in Common Grounds;) published last October: https://njtpoet.files.wordpress.com/2021/04/drivethroughgodsfinal.pdf
Recent short story regarding mashed potatoes, armchair warfare, and knowing your place (in the kitchen):
This is a short story I wrote, which I hope to use as the first chapter of a novel. Any comments are appreciated:
Is it possible to share something I’ve already self published so long as I own all the rights?
Sounds great! This is a demented short story of mine about finding adventure inside of a cinnamon raising bagel that was published in Jersey Devil Press (about 700 words I think).
Thank you for doing this. I hope you like it if you get the chance to read it:
Hey, Chuck. Appreciate you taking a look. This is a short storying I've been working on in Study Hall. What happens when a reality show becomes a little too real?
Looking forward to the return of Study Hall in the near future!
I always thought that once I've published on this site then I have no chance of getting this published any where else. I haven't even tried. That said...I would love feedback on my essay. https://candice372.substack.com/p/uber-for-urns?s=w
This a short story and stands alone, but could be part of a novel. I'm toying with the idea.
This is a piece of flash fiction based on a true story. The title is Birth Order and it's just under 1500 words. Thank you for your time and feedback. https://kendallpendlebury.substack.com/p/birth-order