I have exciting news! One of my favorite short stories is now available to read FREE on Fiction on the Web. I wrote “St. Isabelle’s Downfall” as an undergrad, and it took a really long time to find it a home. It’s a psychological horror story about a character I was developing at the time for a novel that I finished but was never happy with. I know I’ve grown so much as a writer since this story (this was pre-MFA!) but I just have always liked the concept and couldn’t give up on it.
Going back through the short stories I’ve workshopped over the years has really reminded me that I prefer shorter mediums. I just don’t think I have the attention span needed to be a good novelist, and I honestly prefer the brevity and experimentation that are allowed in short stories and flash fiction. Hopefully, I’ll have more stories to share soon!
Thanks for reading,
Tiffany Renee Harmon
6 thoughts on “New Short Story FREE – St. Isabelle’s Downfall”
Great story, Tiff. I didn’t want it to end!
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I saved this post. Will definitely have to give this a read when my tbr isn’t totally out of control. I bit off a lot more than I could chew for Halloween. 😦
Thanks 🙂 I hope you enjoy it!
I do too! If you’d like I could even do an interview with you if you’d like. I like to do interviews along with my thoughts on works if possible.
Sure thing 🙂 That could be fun!
Okay cool. Ill be in touch! 🙂