Tag Archive | abuse

Flash Fiction Challenge: Serving “Justice”

In response to PJ’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). Special thanks to Dawn M. Miller for the photo.

Readers See Right Through You

Admit it. The only reason interesting things happen to your main character is because they’re the main character. Don’t tell me that’s not true. It’s not healthy to lie, especially to yourself. Fine, fine. If you insist, I’ll listen to your elaborate reasons as to why your MC is the chosen one. You might just […]

Creating Villains: Inspired by Betrayal and Molestation

They’re a villain to me, not to everyone, and probably not in their own points-of-view Some secrets are fun and innocent. Others kill (literally and figuratively). I explore secrets, lies, and other villainous acts in my completed psychological suspense. How these things create a distance between individuals and within ourselves. How they traumatize. How they […]