“I have a fungal infection,” she said.
“Where there’s life there’s hope,” he said.
Filed under He Said She Said, Short Stories
Tagged as flash fiction, fungus, short fiction, short story, writing dialogue
where there’s hope, there’s a cure
That is so good, but better if dialogues are reversed.
Good. Don’t accept being paid by the word.
This is a little challenge piece I do for myself. When I look back on some of them I wonder, what was I thinking? But others I’m pleased with.
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