If you are in the mood for a wonderful short story and writing that makes your jaw drop to the floor, then LITERALLY STORIES is the right choice for you. They are all about creative short stories. I’ve been following them now for quite some time and love the work they publish. The varied themes of the stories and versatile writing styles are an irresistible treat.
Though I do slide behind in my reading, I try to catch up by binge reading their amazing stories. And, it’s so much fun! I recently wrote a LITERALLY RERUN for them. This is a brief reflection on one of their earlier published short stories and two questions for the author who wrote it.
The story I chose was Papi by Christopher Dehon. It’s a heart-wrenching story with an unexpected twist. You must read it, and then read the LITERALLY RERUN written by me. Thank you and enjoy!
Terveen Gill is a welcome newcomer to Literally Stories and has been reading and commenting the work for a few weeks now. On top of that she has taken the time and interest to submit this Rerun. Thank you Terveen. Si, Papi, two simple Spanish words, mostly spoken as resigned agreement. Yet their evolution through […]
Literally Reruns – Papi by Christopher Dehon — literally stories
Ah, how cool, Terveen. I always appreciate learning about new sites. Thank you. 😊
You are very welcome, Jeff. 🙂
Thanks Terveen, I will check this out too.
Thanks Shobana. 🙂
What a haunting story about domestic abuse. I’ve often wondered in such kind of situation, if the mother knows. Probably she knows but turns a blind eye.
That makes the situation even sadder and sickening. It’s really barbaric behavior. How can a parent turn a blind eye…
Thanks for introducing us to the new site. Loved it.
It really is a good one.
Thank you. 🙂