Well, I’ve taken up the tough challenge of writing a short story every day this month and posting the results on my blog “Stories in 5 Minutes”. But there is one issue with short stories, and that’s the fact that I am usually a writer of novels.
Yes, I enjoy writing novels more than I enjoy writing short stories.
I have written some short stories in the past, but it’s so hard to keep it short. I do write something small, but before I realize what’s happening, I’ve turned the short story into a full-blown literary epic.
Yeah, stuff like this happens to me all the time. That’s why I need sites like ReadWave to keep me grounded (in terms of short story writing).
Anyway, I’m going to go ahead and sign off now before this post gets out of hand.
- Friday Find: May is Short Story Month (darkgeisha.wordpress.com)
- Can you write a Story A Day in the month of May? (writeontheworld.wordpress.com)
- Firstborn (a 640-word short story – not including title for StoryADay Challenge 5/2014) (kdorholt.wordpress.com)
- 5PM Fiction 268: I Never Listen (morgenbailey.wordpress.com)
- May Is Short Story Month! (recordedbooksblog.com)
- Why a blog? (staceyarcher.wordpress.com)
- Selections for Short Story Month (bonesparkblog.wordpress.com)