Liz Shine writes fiction and has published work in Shark Reef, The Writer's E-Zine, and Blue Crow Magazine. Through this site, she hopes to provide inspiration to other writers who, like her, struggle to write despite work, family, and self.
Today’s Prompt: Write a scene where everyone is sweating in the heat. This year I am adding an incentive for people to post their scenes or at least a snippet from their scenes as a reply to eac...Read More
I’ve managed to contain my PTSD into a neat little container. I can’t drive on the freeway. If I do, I panic. Panic of the sort that in my teens and early twenties could hit me while brushing my t...Read More
It’s hard to believe it’s been a decade since I started writing a poem-a-day in April, but it has. Poetry is not my primary genre, and every April I consider that and whether the energy for the mo...Read More
Dear Procrastination, I’ve written to you before, but you didn’t reply. You look at me the way my grandmother used to when I asked a stupid question. I get it, you are necessary, and if I spend to...Read More