Stories to Share

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I may not have gotten much writing done this month, but I’ve had plenty of time to read. There are so many wonderful books and stories available, it’s difficult to choose, but here are three I’d like to pass on.

The Williams Women by Rosemary Jarrell – The first place winner of WOW’s 2015 Winter Flash Fiction Contest.

The Church Meeting by Jeannie Waldridge – Second place winner of WOW’s 2015 Winter Flash Fiction Contest.

Hot Springs by David Guterson – Narrative Magazine, story of the week.

Every author wants to know people are enjoying their stories. So, if you’ve read a particular engaging story, share it and pass it on.

I’d love to hear your comments. Talk to me. Let’s have a conversation. Tell me your story. And as always, you can follow me on Facebook at SheilaMGood, PinterestBloglovinTwitter@sheilagood, and Contently.

4 thoughts on “Stories to Share

  1. Hi, Thank you for the ideas on your list! I have just moved to a small island and the lack of bookshops and indeed the lack of owning a kindle, means that I have little opportunity to find new reading material. I find it so hard to troll through the internet to find ideas and inspiration, so this is perfect for me! Sorry I have no great reciprocal stories to share with you as yet but I am loving reading the classics that I find in second hand shops here! Keep up the great work.

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    • Hi Jennifer, I’m so glad you found the list helpful. I’m trying to make that a regular post. So, check out some of my previous posts and of course, a few of my own short fiction pieces. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Also, if you like listening to podcasts, check out and No Extra Words. Happy reading and thanks for stopping by the Cow Pasture.


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