Short Stories 366:266 — “Have a Little Faith,” by Suleikha Snyder

The premise of this story from Prem Numbers really struck me as fascinating. Snyder gives us an actor who is famously known for a role of dispensing soft wisdom and being morally unimpeachable, and because of that, the actor is bound by "endless moral clauses in his contract." Ranvir's not allowed to drink, to smoke, … Continue reading Short Stories 366:266 — “Have a Little Faith,” by Suleikha Snyder

Short Stories 366:259 — “The Pick-Me-Up,” by Suleikha Snyder

I adore a good meet-cute, to the point where it's honestly my favourite part of most rom-coms, romances, and erotica pieces, and "The Pick-Me-Up" is a great example of just such a meet-cute. Found in Prem Numbers, Suleikha Snyder's wonderful collection, "The Pick-Me-Up" starts us off in a woman's local bar, where she often comes … Continue reading Short Stories 366:259 — “The Pick-Me-Up,” by Suleikha Snyder

Short Stories 366:252 — “At Her Service,” by Suleikha Snyder

Okay, this first story from Prem Numbers has so very much to love, not the least of which is the notion of a woman POTUS and a woman VP—the VP is the character we're with for the duration of this story, a Black woman, Letitia Marie Hughes—but Snyder also leaps immediately into having said woman … Continue reading Short Stories 366:252 — “At Her Service,” by Suleikha Snyder