Originally Posted by oOMinxOo
I read an interesting idea with regard to poetry that I think can be applied to short stories as well. Let me know your thoughts or even better the results of your work on the following idea:
7 short stories
One for each deadly sin
You cannot say the actual sin in the story. It's for the reader to guess.
I like that idea, and I would stick to the original sins, they've been done before so you have a wealth of angles to pick from that will make yours different, because you can use one that previously been done but twist it to suit you.