Earlier this month thirteen of you posted your stories from the Great Substack Prompt Celebration. Thank you to those that participated. Our prompt participants are growing each month creating even more amazing fiction for our audience to read! Below are this month’s favorites.
Cody O’Brien’s Unfiltered Water received the most likes this month by tally time, making this story our Fan Favorite of the month:
You all made this a tough decision but How Mina Saw Herself by T.L. Eastley spoke to me. I loved that the cats in question were little porcelain figures and through those cats she finally felt seen!
ML Augustin’s Out on a Limb surprised me from the get-go. I loved the world we were brought into and the way, within the confines of a very short story, we were given so much.
Jackie Dana, the woman behind the creation of this community Fictionistas (and cat lover), had her own favorite this month, as well her own awesome contribution (read Jackie’s story, Relighting the Flame). She loved the POV of Alexx Harts’ MINE: Claimed by the Prince and said in her comment, “I absolutely adored this. So many great lines! In my head the cat is speaking in Ze Frank's voice.” Read this story for yourself here:
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Thank you so much for the shout out! This was a lot of fun :)
All deserving stories! Always a fun exercise that stretches our creative skills! Thanks again for this!