Hello there! Before I start I wanted to apologize because this post is not going to be the best one. As the title says, I’m only going to explain what it is, or what it’s going to be, Meetings in a cafe.
Unfortunately you may have already noticed that the number of literary entries that I share in the blog has decreased quite a lot. This is simply because I have no time to write that much. Between my job, the master’s classes and the novel for my thesis work, I don’t have much time to share stories with you. All this not to mention that, as I am participating in literary contests I cannot publish the stories in any way.
That’s how Meetings in a cafe was born.
What is this?
Meetings in a cafe are a series of short tales that talk about imaginary conversations that could have any person in any cafe of any city.
That way, apart from not leaving you in the dark in relation to my stories, I take advantage of it and practice the dialogues, which are, in my opinion, my weakest point in terms of writing.
Some more info
Is there something personal on them? Well of course, there’s something personal in everting a writer writes. However, it might not be as obvious as it seems to be beforehand.
Are them conversations I’d like to have? It depends. Some of them are, some other I’d rather die.
Are they real or just fiction? Some of them come from my imagination, but some other came to me while drinking tea elsewhere by listening to other’s conversations (don’t judge me too hard for eavesdropping).
How many will I write? Who knows! Maybe thousands, maybe just a couple of them, however, my idea is to write one of them per month.
Where to find them
As they will be short tales they are going to be included within the category writing. You can access it from the menu bar directly.
You can also write “meetings in a cafe” in the search engine and you will only get the stories that have that name.
Anyway, I hope you like them. I’d like to know whether you’ve felt identified in some of them or if there is someone with who you’d want to have a similar conversation.