It Ain't Right Till I Write

Ms. Hellbich by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

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A woman has suffered since childhood because of her last name.

It’s far from pretty and conveys her in a negative light.

Children gave her a hard time in school and still do.

She finally loses her patience and gives one a taste of their own medicine.

Read ahead to find out more and click the blue link to the enjoy the story!

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Her Life is Her Crown By Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

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A woman has lived most of her life.

It has been a bittersweet experience.

She is the queen of her own heart and mind.

Her crown rests with dignity upon her graceful head.

Read ahead to know more about her. Please click the blue link to enjoy the story.

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Goodbye Terry by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

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There’s been an accident and lives are at risk.

It’s a fine line between life and death.

There’s a voice calling out with a purpose.

Find out how things finally end.

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Can Fiction Be Reality?

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Fiction Writer Interview – Question 2

Happy Saturday to you all!

Hope reading and writing are giving you joy, peace, and satisfaction.

Writing is a passion that fills up the empty spaces in life. Plenty of those.

This is the second question from my interview with Ms. Riya Yadav.

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The King of Dust Bunnies by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

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We all are inspired to do things in life.

But what if inspiration is needed to do nothing?

Have no idea what I’m talking about?

Oh dear!

Then please read ahead and click the blue link to find out more! Cheers!

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What Inspires A Writer To Start Writing?

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Fiction Writer Interview – Question 1

Hello everyone! Hope all’s well this Saturday.

The weather’s turning around and I’m relieved that spring is sneaking in.

Writers love to write and also talk about writing. I know I do! Can’t stop once I start.

I had the pleasure of talking to Ms. Riya Yadav, a young poetess who also creates podcasts.

Check out her work on Instagram @realitybyriya.

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What’s Wrong with Your Mom? by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

Graffiti on a wall showing a middle-aged mother smiling and a dialogue bubble saying - listen to your inner child
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WELCOME TO TUESDAY FLASH FICTION at GOBBLERS / MASTICADORES!

A kid needs a break from his mother.

She smothers him with too much care and attention.

The other kids at school bully him about it.

But what the boy dreads most finally comes to his rescue.

Read ahead and click the blue link to enjoy this mother-son tale. Cheers!

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The Weather Gods Need Coffee – Flash Fiction Story

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Reading Time: 2 minutes

‘When I ask, you will speak!’

The sun god was the biggest bully. He thought his sunny disposition allowed him the liberty to push the other weather gods around.

But he alone didn’t harbor this misconception. The wind god was only a step behind him.

‘Can’t you hear? He’s talking to you.’

The target was the sleet god. The insignificant one. Neither rain nor snow but a messy mixture of the two. The unwanted weakling who was even hated by the mortals.

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How to Stop Maggie’s Bullshit by Terveen Gill — Gobblers / Masticadores // Flash Fiction

A blonde young woman slumped over on a table with a wine glass in front of her hiding most of her face
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Two sisters attend their mother’s funeral.

One’s in her senses, the other is mostly not.

What happens when that sister oversteps the boundaries of normal?

There can only be chaos and frustration.

Read ahead and click the blue link to witness the mayhem. Enjoy!

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He Always Had A Reason – Flash Fiction Story

The close up of a boy looking upset and peeking from behind a door
Reading Time: 2 minutes

‘Leave it. Let it be.’

She didn’t look at me, but her words fell to the floor in front of me. I wanted to touch them, hold them, make them feel better. She was my mammy. I couldn’t let her suffer alone. Every day it was the same. My father would come home in the evening and shout at her for no reason. But he always had a reason.

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