Like you...I do put myself out there for publication.
Here are my successful attempts so far.
Mercedes Fun Car. Creative non-fiction published on Humans of the World blog, 2 February 2022
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I Got Needs, Man... micro-fiction published on The Drabble "Shortness of Breadth" page, 15 December 2021
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The Drabble is a site dedicated to publishing original fiction, non-fiction, and poetic works of 100 words or fewer. Publishing one submission per day, you can count on fresh content with every visit.
Colo R in the Poetry section of Issue 8 of Fleas On the Dog. Poem #23.
Fleas on the Dog Editor Comment:
WHY I LIKE IT: Poetry Editor HEZEKIAH writes… Whiney Reinhart is a peach. ‘Newly come to the writing for others to read world,’ as she says, without a hesitation of hyphenation. ‘A happy [pandemic enhanced] recluse who lives in Arkansas.’ Her poem ‘wormed its way out of [her] head and onto the page.’ To me it reads like a most transcending testimonial to and for anyone who has lost a loved one to some form of dementia. I just can’t fathom why she confesses to disliking them both in the end… it is as worthy a read as I am easily confused; and I just wish she or someone could throw me a line and explain her last two…
And in the end... as published by PocketFiction.com 29 May 2021
About Pocket Fiction:
Specializing in shorts and dribbles, UK-based PocketFiction brings readers complete works which can all be enjoyed in the space of a coffee break. With a broad range of genres represented, PocketFiction ensures you can escape the mundane for just a bit, no matter how busy you are. Feel free to browse around...after you've read my story, of course. Ha!