Hello everyone, I'm here looking for some advice when it comes to short stories. I have the bad habit of writing random, spliced intros to stories or scenes from stories but never finish them from start to finish. I've got dozens of snippets of stories, but nothing concrete to show for my work. I suppose what I'm asking of you is how I can tackle a shorter story and stick to it to completion? I think part of my problem is that I get so inspired by a specific scene or proposed launchpad for a story that, once I get down to write it, all my inspiration is lost past the scene(s) that I already invisioned. Do you all think I should worry more about concepts than specific scenes when it comes to the brainstorming process? I'm not quite sure where I'm going wrong here, but I've only ever completed one work (and a first draft, mind you) from start to finish which ended up being around 30 pages. I'm no stickler on length and I'd rather have a better story with less length that is actually complete, start to finish. Any advice is greatly appreciated!