Episode 35: Life in Repetition

Check out No Extra Words Episode 35, featuring my story, # 2, Life in Repetition. My story starts around the 8:00-minute mark. But, please take the time to read the first story by Frederick K. Foote, Jr.’s “Blue-Black.” Excellent


No Extra Words

FLASHAren’t we all, to one degree or another, just putting on a show?

Frederick K. Foote, Jr.’s “Blue-Black” takes us to the heart of the Jim Crow South and leaves us wondering what the rules are. Copyright 2015 and used with permission, read for you by the author. Visit his website.

In “Life in Repetition,” a mother must deal with the reality of her world when others have a choice to face it or not. By Sheila M. Good, copyright 2015, used with permission. Visit her website.

Happy listening,


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Stories to Share

Time to ShareWelcome to another, Stories to Share. Reading is an important part of being a writer and so is recognizing a great story when you read it.

Sometimes, I can’t put my finger on why a story touches me, but when it does it’s time to share it.

Up first – “The Greatest of Ease” by  Sarah Angleton. The 3rd place Winner in Women on Writing (WOW’s) 2015 Summer Flash Fiction Contest.

Next, is “A Sliver of Ivory by Vanessa Lafaye from  Books by Women.

And last but not least, from the Smokelong Quarterly,  “A Question of Balance”  by Margot Taylor.

Please take a moment to read these stories, comment, and pass them on for others to enjoy. Not only are we reading stories that move us but we’re supporting writers. Who knows, the next story to share may be yours.

I’d love to hear your comments. Talk to me. Tell me your story and look for me on Facebook at SheilaMGood,  PinterestBloglovinTwitter@sheilagood, and Contently.