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In which Terri Morgan Talks about Being a Book Junkie

Caitlin Kane knows more about the impact of schizophrenia than most people could imagine. Both her parents were afflicted with the devastating mental illness, a disease that tends to run in families, and Caitlin and her brother grew up trying to navigate the chaos of living with two schizophrenics. Her tumultuous childhood left Caitlin determined to forge a peaceful and serene life for herself.

What does it all mean?

Over the last weeks of writing a story a day, I have come to the following conclusion: I will keep writing fiction on my blog, because it challenges me, and I enjoy it. Yes, the writing process is never complete without the readers and their reactions– but there is something to be said for perseverance. If my craft is lacking, practice would help. If blogs aren’t the best place for fiction, well, they’re still the best place to play around and experiment. Most of the stories I have written during the challenge are in genres I wouldn’t have written but for the prompts I was sent. So it is all good.

After it rains in Singapore

In a few minutes, the sun will laugh it all away, people would dip into swimming pools and play basketball below my apartment, the trees would gleam, and the only trace that it had ever rained would show for a while on the wet roads. And then that would be gone too.