I’ve recently submitted two short stories and a poem to various publishers. Both short stories have seen a significant amount of editing in the past few days, and I’ve pulled a couple of all-nighters trying to get the words to flow perfectly. No matter how many times I read them after my edits, I always found an error or a sentence or two that I wanted to change. Perhaps a story is like a fine oil painting. It’s never really complete.
Author of weird underground stories, back-woods horror, dystopian and dark sci-fi tales. "Sapient Farm" is on sale at Amazon.com, Audible.com and iTunes! Many stories are listed on Querus' Author Page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Querus-Abuttu/e/B009NDJ2RM