Impostor (flash fiction)




Jemma knew it was Impostor Syndrome: a lack of self-confidence and doubt about her abilities and achievements. Even though she knew she had this, it didn’t stop her from never feeling good enough. No matter how much hard work she put into her writing, she never felt she deserved the praise she received. She always expected to be exposed as a charlatan.


Joanne Fisher

Word count: 61 + prompt


This was written with the prompt charlatan provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #101.


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