How many of you enjoyed reading "The Memory Chaser?"
I recently learned of the stream-of-consciousness style of writing, and I know I could have done better as far as form goes. But this was my first time trying it, and I'm no Virginia Woolfe, so how about let's all agree to let it slide?
But I'm working on something. Something wonderful, something new, and something that is NOT set on St. Anne's Cleft. I hope you enjoy it. I'll do my best to make it a polished short story that goes somewhere, something you'll enjoy reading. I'd love to put a little extra effort into this one.
That being said, this month is going to be rather busy for me. Both of my parents are going through some health issues, meaning I have extra chores. I'm graduating high school this year (yay!) and that entails a whole bunch of preparation and shopping and picture-taking. Plus I've got two or three papers to write. So if I ever post a short story that feels a bit disjointed, or has a grammatical error or two--or if I post on Tuesday instead of Monday--that'll be why.
I'll still do my absolute best to post regularly. Please know that I take my blog seriously. I hope y'all enjoy it.
And do you want to influence the choice of short stories I post? Comment with an idea, and who knows? I just might write it--with your permission, of course. And don't forget to get your own copy of Where the Clouds Catch Fire by simply clicking the tabs above.
God bless you, dear readers!
M. J. Piazza is a Jesus-loving, dog-walking country girl who just so happens to write books.