Sheila Good, a nurse turned writer, is the author of the short story collection, Maybe Next Time, Stories of Murder, Justice, and Revenge. Her work has been published in Blasting News, Angie’s Diary, Every Writer’s Resource, Every Day Fiction, WOW – The Muffin, featured on No Extra Words Podcast, Dream, Write, Thrive, and Centum Press 100 Voices Anthology, VOL. III. She resides in South Carolina where she has just completed her first novel. To find out more, visit her website, Cow Pasture Chronicles.
Platitudes on Aging I hate platitudes. You know those annoying statements people say to make you feel better…
I am One of the Millions
Be kind to others. For everyone is carrying some kind of burden, you know nothing about
Help! New Writers Needed
What happened to a good story? A good plot? Where have all the good writers gone?
Taking the Wrong Turn
It's true what they say about other senses taking over, she'd never seen such blackness or been so blind.…
Are You a Writer?
Are you a writer or an aspiring writer? What makes one a writer?