Who doesn’t like a good story? There’s nothing like curling up with your favorite book, or eReader (still seems weird to me), and escaping into a world of rowdy cowboys on the cattle drive, a conflicted detective trying to solve an impossible case, or the desperate struggle for existence as the people of the planet Zilfho battle their imperialistic overlords, the Hicputis.
Short/flash fiction, sometimes called micro-fiction, is becoming more popular these days as people find they have little time left in the day for reading. This isn’t a new idea. My book shelf has several volumes of anthologies that contain short stories. One of favorite writers, Edgar Allan Poe, was known for his short stories, as well as his poetry.
I enjoy the craft and skill that it takes to write a short story. The author must make all the pieces to fit with the least amount of words…
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