on Dec. 1, 2016 :
Tuesdays, by Eliza S. Morgan, is an endearingly sweet reminiscence (or hopeful fantasy) of first love. I found myself smiling through this short story, charmed by its innocence and colloquial, stream of consciousness. Ah, if only same-sex love could be that easy. It's a short read, about 10 minutes, and for that reason I would have expected a far more polished text. I found it refreshing that Morgan didn't stress that a same-sex relationship was unique, dangerous or special, and that it just 'was.' Unfortunately, the ending of this story felt rushed, as though the writer had tired of it.
(review of free book)