J.A. Taylor’s Short Stories
Fiction is my favorite genre to write because you can make up anything you want. At least that’s what they tell you when they are selling you on writing it. What they don’t tell you is after you write it, you spend significantly more time editing it to make it fit into reality.
A Present from the Past
The thing he feared most ended up being the greatest gift
The Hands of Ella DuJardin
What seemed like darkness to everyone else was the brightest spot I knew
Jim tries to make all his stories taste like tacos or burritos, except for micro-fiction. Micro-fiction tastes more like chips and salsa.
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