Do you like reading short story fiction? It’s a quick detailed tale of sorrow, love, romance or whatever genre you chose. In the times we are in where distractions are everywhere, our mobiles are vibrating and ringing constantly, with updates, upgrades, texts, DM’s Social Media, emails, notifications and more. Aren’t we just so busy?
But it’s important to still make time for those that are important to us, at times we don’t have the time to read a book, if you can at least make it to the second chapter then a short story fiction might be ideal for you.
I have written a short story fiction that you may like it’s right here
It’s called the The Brief Encounter, usually when I write a story like this one, I create the fantasy aspect and sync it to an ideal, feelings are amped up to the point that it’s the obvious fictitious characters that will delve swiftly where in reality we wouldn’t, but it’s gripping as people want a powerful beginning, middle or ending.
In the Brief Encounter I could have easily twisted the storyline into something abit more dramatic where Levi is concerned when he was on the phone, instead I decided to keep it light and in line with how readers like a story like that to end.
If you read this here don’t forget to like it, in that way I might make a part 2.
This is how the story starts:
It all happened so quickly one minute Sophia was sitting comfortably on her favourite bench in Plaiza Park in London, the next minute a powerful gust of winter wind swept through the leafless trees and her whole work load catapulted into the air so swiftly, that it sent her looping sheets of papers skittering along the path in an instant. Sophia sprung to her feet and literally snatched her papers out of the air, in a kind of run and snatch it up quick method which actually worked, then she skidded to a halt and slowly made her way back to sit on the bench, in doing so she gasped a sigh of relief whilst she patted down her burgundy fur coat and carefully slid all the papers back into her bag. (Continue here)
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