“full in the sun’s glare” – ten favorite posts, ten reasons why

10 by Andy Maguire is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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10 by Andy Maguire is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

“And then came the ten moons/Full in the sun’s glare . . .” – Sasha Dugdale, “Ten Moons”

Hello everyone,

Today I’m trying an experiment, suggested by a challenge posed by the Daily Prompt:  Just for fun, I’ve gathered my ten most favorite posts among stories in my blog, listed below.  For each story I’ve included a reason why it is among my favorites.

Ten moons, ten short-short pieces of fiction! – not necessarily in order of most- to least-favorite.

Thank you for giving my stories a place in your mind and in your heart.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Warmly, Theresa

Ten of my Favorite Stories from “Lab Notes” blog

  1. Ghosted, because I can hear that empty house speak.
  2. A Leap in the Dark, because we all need to laugh, sometimes, at the success of an unexpected candidate.
  3. The Comeback Kid, because everyone deserves a second chance.
  4. Light is a Dancer, because even in the worst of times, we still have light to rely on.
  5. Found, because this blog post engaged so many readers!
  6. Ice in Room 218, because we see what this trucker is up to in just 125 words.
  7. Strike One, because understanding violence does not mean condoning it.
  8. She is a Black Living Thing, because it speaks of how a black body inhabits the world.
  9. There are no vacancies in Anguish, because we especially need a little hope right now.
  10. A change of skin, because, don’t we all want to get out of our own skin every so often?

 

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