“Rose-Colored Glasses” was my 1st prize winning short story through Writer’s Weekly!
The challenge presented was:
It was horribly hot but her husband insisted on sitting outside. The sun’s glare on the water left spots in the pigments of her eyes. Blinking, she watched a silhouette approach. The woman’s arms were crossed and her red fingernails contrasted sharply with her white, see-through dress. She stopped short in front of both of them. The man’s wife craned her neck as her husband stood up. She then bowed her head, whispering, “Not again…”
(Stories need only touch on this topic in some way to qualify.)
Click here to read this award-winning short story.
Author: Gabriell Struble
Gabriell Struble Gereau is a full time mental health counselor and part time freelance writer and editor. She graduated from Alfred University with an MA in Counseling in 2021, and Cazenovia College with a BS in psychology and minors in English and human services in 2019. She has been writing since she could hold a pencil, starting with movie scripts to perform in her aunt's living room, before moving on to having her original play, Misplaced, produced at the Catherine Cummings Theatre in Cazenovia, and having her original novel of the same name published through BookLocker. When she is not working or writing, she can be found hanging out with her cats and bearded dragon, performing in musicals, or spending time with her beautiful wife, Taetum.
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