loneliness is an imaginary concept built of pain and fear.
Leila could barely contain her rage as she glared at the man in front of her. Back in her old hometown, the one that she had fled out of for fear of her life. The wooden shacks were still there, slumping over in disfigured despair. The man who was responsible for this stood in frontContinue reading “Burning Fires of Hatred”
I’ve never really enjoyed happily ever afters. Happily ever afters are a tidy way to end a story. It’s simple and easy. It leaves the readers with no questions, leaves the author feeling satisfied, and leaves everyone happy. I’ve never liked those endings. Because a world where everyone is happy is no world at all.Continue reading “The Reality About “Happily Ever Afters”: An Ending Grounded in Fiction”