A short-short story.
Posted by Kathy Waller
I did it again: prepared my piece for November 21 well in advance, set it aside for later revision, forgot to post it.
As we in the writing trade say, AARGH.
As my fourth-grade teacher said, Better late than never, but better never late.
As I say, take what my fourth-grade teacher said, chop off the clause starting with but and read on.
Because I recently attended Writer Unboxed’sUnConference in Salem, Massachusetts, I planned to write about it this week.
UnCon comprised five full days of sessions heavy with both information and inspiration: not so much how to write, but how to dig deeper, make richer, write better.
The week was intense. I’m going to have to think about it for a while before I can write about it.
So this week, following V. P. Chandler’s lead, I’m sharing a story I wrote…
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2 thoughts on “‘Shrooms: A Story in 100 Words”
My wife LOVES ‘SHROOMS! Me…not so much! 🙂 But I like this story!
Thank you so much!
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