Sheila glanced at the clock, her brow furrowed with worry. She sent Martha out more than an hour ago to get something to eat. It shouldn’t have taken this long. Sheila had painstakingly taught the girl about the best and worst places to go. In spite of her misgivings, it had been right to send … Continue reading Eyes of Red
I joined the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction contest in 2016 with the hopes of rejuvenating my writing and getting myself back into a regular schedule of creation. The cost for the contest, a whopping $55, was enough to force me to participate, if only to account for the money spent. If you're not familiar with … Continue reading Why writing contests can improve your skills.