My short story “The Ghost of a Chance” is published in Poet’s Haven’s latest digest. Every story in the collection begins with the famous and cliché line “It was a stormy night…”.
From the Poet’s Haven website:
Considered to be the most cliché opening line in modern literature, teachers and professors give entire lectures instructing their students to never start a piece this way.
But what fun would that be?
I personally had a lot of fun writing this short story. All the short stories in the collection are light and humorous. This is the perfect read to cozy up to this Christmas!
The books are 124 pages and square-bound.