Short Stories 366:121 — “Foie Gras,” by Charles Payseur

I think I've championed the joy that is a Charles Payseur short story on this story-a-day journey twice times thus far, and talked about his stories a couple of times during my Sunday Shorts regular posts, and also during the holidays I've talked up his supremely enjoyable holiday super-villain stories. There's a reason for that: … Continue reading Short Stories 366:121 — “Foie Gras,” by Charles Payseur

Short Stories 366:18 — “How to Say I Love You with Wikipedia,” by Beth Goder

I am so far behind in my Fireside Fiction collection I'm not even sure I've downloaded them all. But if you're in the mood for a quick cuteness injection (alongside a small tonne of feels) I suggest you take a second to hop on over to their site and read Beth Goder's "How to Say … Continue reading Short Stories 366:18 — “How to Say I Love You with Wikipedia,” by Beth Goder