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My short story, Macchiato Memoirs, was published at Every Day Fiction. It was the Story of the Day on Sunday, April 15th. I hope everyone will check it out and consider having Every Day Fiction delivered to your email every day.
Day Fiction is a magazine that specializes in bringing you fine fiction
in bite-sized doses. Every day, they publish a new short story of 1000
words or fewer that can be read during your lunch hour, on transit, or
even over breakfast.
It's an amazing feeling to see my fiction published. I've been in the clouds ever since Every Day Fiction contacted me. While I've published essays, web content, letters, Op Ed pieces, and academic works, this is the first fiction that has seen the light of day. It has given me almost as much a rush as the main character in the story gets from his habit!
I am loving the comments and feedback. Keep it coming!