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The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, a Short Story by Ursula Le Guin

You can read The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas here.

If you could only be happy at the expense of others, would you? 792 more words

Short Stories

Death and What Comes Next by Terry Pratchett

Death and What Comes Next (you can find it here) is a short story in his Discworld series. To give you some context, Pratchett wrote this story in 2002 for an online puzzle came called  707 more words

Short Stories

Writing on the hard days

It’s no lie that writing is, in fact, a lonely profession. Most of the time you’re alone writing or thinking about writing or researching something you’re going to write. 383 more words


Story-A-Day May: Reflections

Story-A-Day May finally came to an end today. It was the first time I’d taken up this. I wouldn’t say I enjoyed all of it, but it was fun. 895 more words


26: 50 pieces of flash fiction - Half way through the 100 day project


I am past the half way mark!

It’s Day 52. Only 48 more days to go!

I can’t say that this project has been easy but it has been rewarding. 294 more words


Writing and Editing a Sequel - Lessons of an Indie Author

by Mikhaeyla Kopievsky

It’s been almost five months since my last blog post. In previous years that would have been a bad sign – an indication that I was distancing myself from my writing. 752 more words

Writing Lessons

What Can a Writing Mentorship Teach You?

I’m excited to guest post for YA Interrobang today! I talk about what I learned from my Writing in the Margins mentorship. Go here to check it out. 16 more words

Writing Life