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April 18, 2013

Flash Fiction; How To Write A Short Story

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Written by: Injoy
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Anyone can write a book, but it takes talent to write a short story!

To establish interesting characters, create a compelling plot, and weave in conflict and resolution in less than 1000 words takes skill and effort!

Flash fiction is a style of fictional literature that can be as short as 300 words, or might be capped at a 1000 word limit. It’s kind of a break-time story; flash fiction is the kind of story you can sit down and read while eating a candy bar during break-time. And wouldn’t you like to write a story that leaves the reader going back to work wondering about what might happen next?!

The next session of Write Now will explore the elements of a good short story.

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