@TaniaHershman has a terrific story up on PANK Magazine today (thanks @JonPinnock for the headsup)
I envy writers who can make these 'hang-in-the-air' stories work. If I tried one it would simply appear unfinished. I guess the secret lies in the characterization and believability - the verisimilitude - in Tania's story, which makes it seem like a slice of real life and therefore acceptable as a snapshot of a moving target? How am I doing?
I want to understand how this works. I need to learn – fast.
All serious advice will be gratefully received and faithfully applied by this apprentice writer.
Although I can't pay, you may help yourself to virtual tea and biscuits.
But, please, do turn the lights off when you leave.
With grateful thanks in anticipation.