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  • Special ones can’t be replaced

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    These special ones are not many people. Only one or two best people in our life, whom we trust more than ourself. We understand them more than we understand ourself.

  • Let the fireflies glow

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    We cannot always work against destiny. Sometimes we have to trust the process. We have to leave nature, and the fireflies, alone. The dragon flies, too, for they are not tiny helicopters to capture and play with!

  • Quietus by Tania McWilliams

    Tania’s story Quietus has been selected as a winning title of the WriteFluence Singles contest, 2021 and is now available for a read on Kindle across the globe. Judged by our respected jury members Palash Basak and Arvind Solanki, our judges commended the author for the theme of the story.

  • The letter you never wrote…

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    A back-to-romance prompt that we threw last week at our WriteFluencers, brought back a variety of perspectives on a single prompt, yet again. Read here the letters that were never written…

  • A way with words – Your human superpower!

    Storytelling is not limited to humans; a bot can also narrate a story. However, poetry and storing writing are purely human exercises. A writing or editing tool can only complement a writer or an editor’s work by eliminating errors. It cannot provide finesse and feel to a written piece. AI is smart, but is it creative and artistic? It can produce the perfect rhyme scheme or haiku, but will it evoke sentiments or intrude on the heart and mind? It can generate a perfectly worded short active voice sentence, but will the conversation touch the soul?

  • Virginia Creeper by Emma Wells

    Emma’s story has been selected as a winning title of the WriteFluence Singles contest, 2021 and is now available for a read on Kindle across the globe. Judged by our respected jury members Palash Basak and Arvind Solanki, our judges commended the author for her use of research to write the story.