Surprise Saturday: A Word of Thanks

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Hey, everybody. Kaleiyah Prose here with another Surprise Saturday post.

Don’t worry. Nothing too drastic or long.

Ready?

Thank You!

Yesterday, at about 9 AM Pacific time, I published my 31st(!) Flash Fiction Friday piece, The Darkness of Doubt. I’ve wanted to delve into my emotions in this fashion for a long time, and — don’t ask me how — more people have resonated with this piece than any other piece I’ve put up on WordPress before. To date, it’s the most-liked Flash Fiction piece out of the thirty-one I’ve posted so far since starting in August last year, and it has also become the most popular flash fiction piece on this blog ever. 

(EDIT: The Darkness of Doubt just officially became my most-liked post ever. That means that out of all the 200+ blog posts I’ve written over five years, no matter what type — review, fiction, non-fiction — this blog post has been liked the most. O-M-G.)

That’s insane. And that makes me extremely happy. Because it says that I’m doing something right.

Or… I don’t know. Maybe I’m reading too much into things. Maybe the universe just lined up, and I took the opportunity.

But it makes no difference otherwise regarding how grateful I am at the reception of this personal, emotionally-charged piece I put out into the world.

So, thank you. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for continuing this journey with me. It means a lot to know that you’re with me, whether you’ve been here for a long time or have just joined.

Anyway, that’s it from me. See you next post!

And thanks again 🙂 .

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