Short Stories



The only way to get better at something is to practice. To become a better writer it is necessary to write, and to read, as much as possible. Photographers may take 100 pictures and of them only a few will be worthy of being printed, shown in a gallery, added to a portfolio. It is the same for writers. Not every short story, nor poem, nor essay is worthy of publishing, and rarely is a rough draft worthy of anything more than edits and revisions. With that in mind I’ve posted some short stories (OK just one to start with but more will come, in time) and I request of those who read and wish to comment that you leave constructive criticism.

And with that said, I give my thanks to you, the reader, for bothering to read what I’ve written at all.


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