Do you ever struggle for short story ideas? You search all the literary drawers in your brain, you want to write, yet nothing comes to mind. This article may help you brainstorm for that awesome story gem. Try looking around in the moment, exactly where you are.
This book’s title may seem longer than its individual stories. However, One Day, The End — Short, Very Short, Shorter-than-Ever Stories, is NOT just a great children’s book of stories. These tiny tales also provide a template and lessons for those of us who inspire to write our own stories.
Our telephones have changed in both their availability and portability. Although, what might not have changed drastically is our impatience for telephones to ring. We are going to review this Dorothy Parker story about some high end yearning for a special phone call.
We are going to discuss the most important decision you should make when it comes to writing a short story. The desired length you wish to write will help to determine whether or not the piece you are creating is indeed a short story.
The first issue of Weekly Reader for the classroom was published in Columbus, Ohio on September 21, 1928. The publisher, American Education Publications, also produced fiction and nonfiction books for children. In this article, we look at one of their vintage short story books.
Written in the genre of creative nonfiction, this book shares 100 stories about 100 girls who each grew up to be an amazing and inspirational woman. Each story is a one page read illustrated by unique and beautiful art. There is even space at the end of the book to share your own story and portrait.
The art of short story writing offers an author a choice of creative styles. In this article, we will explore the definition, techniques, and artistic choices when it comes to writing the sketch story. I will also share an example and maybe suggest that you write your own!
It doesn’t have to be by chance that you discover interesting and amazing short stories. The search for a story in your favorite genre or topic area might just take a little exploration. This article will give you some ideas on how to find old and new short story favorites to add to your collection.