I’m a big fan of short stories, but if they are good, always provide at the end a feeling of unsatisfaction. I can squeeze a story when I have little time, but I end up wanting more. What happens next? If the concept is set up correctly, it almost becomes a “waste” to have “only” a few minutes of a story for such a good setup. That’s the magic/curse of short stories, and that’s something that “The Chronicles of Now” provides you.
“The Chronicles of Now” brings you a different concept. They invite amazing writers and have a long list of contributors that bring interesting ideas and concepts to life. It’s a wonderful mix of having the current reality as the base of the story but then move to something entirely different—the “what if” concepts bring me so much joy to read and listen to.
Why do I like listening to it?
I love fiction, and this podcast is unique. The pool of talent that contributes to the podcast and the ideas brought to life is amazing. Their ideas are wonderful, amazing, and their stories make you wonder—the perfect type of story.
I strongly recommend listening to it and allowing yourself to listen to something great and have a well-deserved break from the rush of life.
Where you can find it
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