Tag: fiction

My focus over the past six+ months has been self-publishing my first novel and launching an author website. And playing video games. Taking naps. But enough about those stolen moments. … Read more…

Fiction

Inward-Facing Writers is proud to announce that “Last of the Third,” the debut novel by John Lindholm, has been released. That pride is recursive because Inward-Facing Writers is really just … Read more…

Fiction

7th graders can be pretty dumb. They get all excited when they hear they are getting a new seating chart, then they get so angry when they see who they … Read more…

Introversion Short

Ch.1 Red

Mary knelt down, running her hand through the desert sand. It sifted through her fingers, trickling back down, appearing unaltered. It was hot and dry, an extreme contrast to the humid east coast of America. Her skin burned red in the air, as if in an oven. The city itself was no different than any American city, however. Stone and glass buildings with shops stood as far as the eye could see. She leaned against a stone shop and pretended to watch a television playing inside.

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Guest author

For the past 87 years (approximately), my friends and I have engaged in an argument about “selling out.”  Within our group are some talented musicians, so the conversation eyes-up performers … Read more…

How to write

  But I don’t want to talk about changing to meet the expectations of society.  And I don’t even want to talk about why it is ok to live an … Read more…

How to write

By: Erin Mengel Jake invites her to his farm to exercise the horses. Quinn knows she should go, so she agrees. She hopes she sounds happy about the invitation. She … Read more…

Fiction Guest author

He was in the coffee shop because that’s where the calendar instructed him to be.  Outside it was too warm for the last drops of winter.  The sky too bright … Read more…

Fiction Short