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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Short Stories Site! These are the top ten articles that your Short Stories Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Short Stories - Writing Basics
Express yourself by writing your own Short Story. Looking for how to begin? This article is for you. Learn the art of writing your Short Stories and the rules to publishing your work. BellaOnline.com is here to help you write Short Stories with confidence.

2. Organizing Your Short Stories
Exploring ways of keeping short stories focused for the reader by reviewing outlines. Begin exploring short stories organization of events, characters, and emotions, and short story planning,

3. Talking About My Inspiration
Where do you find inspiration? It's all around you.

4. John Updike Short Stories-'Separating'
John Updike,author of short stories and novels such as Witches of Eastwick, died this month aged 76.Among his early stories about a couple (the ´Maples´)is ´Separating.´But is the story really about the end of a marriage or more about the start of a mental health condition signalled by depression?

5. Mixed Up Fairy Tales
Funny fairy tales for children can educate and entertain.This collection from two respected creatives has rave reviews from teachers and parents. Kindergarten pre-reading skills and preschool writing activities develop quickly with good literacy teaching resources.This kid's book is fun!

6. Traditional Folklore and Myths
Where do traditional tales or folk stories originate? They are handed down through the ages, originally by word of mouth, altered with each telling and exaggerated for maximum impact when retold to a less educated audience.

7. Short Story - A Haunted House
A short story by Virginia Woolf

8. Funny Fairy Tales For Children - DIY Short Stories
Funny fairy tales for children can educate and entertain.This fairytale collection has rave reviews and is sure to raise giggles.Preschool writing activities and pre-reading skills can be advanced with good teaching resources for literacy - this children's book is contrary,colorful and creative.

9. The Shawl by Cynthia Ozick - A Review
Cynthia Ozick is an American-Jewish writer who writes closely to her roots. Her short story "The Shawl" unveils the Holocaust on a deeper and intimate level.

10. The Tales Of Beedle The Bard J.K.Rowling
J. K. Rowling has a new book coming out. Will the kids like it and will it make a good keepsake Christmas, birthday, Halloween gift? If you’re already thinking about the treasury of literature as a good gift, discover what the Collector’s edition of The Tales Of Beedle The Bard has in store...



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