Friday, March 10, 2017

Stories to Share

images-4I am awed by the talent of so many writers. Perhaps one of the reasons I find my own writing suffering is the time I take reading the works of others. Of course, as the saying goes, the more you read, the better writer you become.

Some stories stick with you for days. First up, is one of those stories.

The Priorities of Kathleen Curtis written by Margaret Keating, a runner-up in WOW’s 2016 Spring Flash Fiction Contest.

This next story brought tears to my eyes and the author, special to me. Alan shared his posts as one of the Cow Pasture Contributors during my absence. So, I’m especially honored to share his winning story with you.

Mixed Colors by K. Alan LeitchWinner of WOW’s 2016 Spring Flash Fiction Contest. Alan also took 3rd place in  WOW’s Fall 2016 Contest with the story, The Malicious Mist of Misery Sound.

This last story is a chapter right out of our everyday life; it made me smile. In Every Day Fiction – HE SAID, SHE SAID • BY APRIL COAN.

I hope you enjoyed these stories as much as I did. If so, let the authors know – leave a comment and share.

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Filed under: K. Alan Leitch, Recognition, Stories Worth Sharing, Writing Tagged: #amreading, #amwriting, #everydayfiction, #storiestoshare, WOW

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