Tiny stories

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I’ve mentioned before on this blog the website 101 words that publishes stories of exactly 101-words. That post was to highlight how useful the ideal title can be when words are limited.

This post is in awe at the ability to fit an actual story, – with beginning, middle and end – into 101 words. In my opinion, Angela Teagardner’s story My Wraith (published March 11th 2021) hits the spot.

Click here to read it and see what you think.

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Do you like a quick read?

Or do you prefer a saga you can get lost in?

8 thoughts on “Tiny stories

    1. It’s a skill I’m still pursuing. Although, when I’ve edited a 3000 word story down to 2000 words for a competition, it’s also amazing how few of them go back in when expanding it for a submission with a more generous wordcount

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