I hope you’re enjoying your long weekend and celebrating with family and friends. Once the fireworks are over, take a few minutes to relax and enjoy this week’s stories.
The first is a nostalgic reminiscence of the ’70s from Angie Rose Carnegie, titled “Strumming My Memory”. Then a very clever poem, using a sophisticated vocabulary from Deb Rouleau, titled “World View”. This week’s micro-stories contain a 200-word story from me about the dissolution of a toxic relationship, titled “The Argument” and a 53-word story about assisted suicide from Robert O’Meara, titled “Horses”.
Once again I’m putting out a request for short stories and poems, and also offering an opportunity to gain input from the writing community, on any current projects of fiction or non-fiction that you may be working on.
If you have an event that you want to publicize, send me the details and any artwork that you might have.
I would also like to remind you to send your comments if any, for the featured authors’ stories and poems. This is valuable feedback and is appreciated. Click on ‘comments’ under the stories, or send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Victoria Day!
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