Improve Your Writing in a Flash

When I started paying attention to my writing (as opposed to when I first started writing!), there was something around called short-short stories; these days it’s known as flash fiction or sudden fiction, a very short storytelling form.

A famous example of the shortest form, six-word fiction, probably erroneously attributed to Ernest Hemingway is: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Hard to outdo that for…

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Bestselling novelist of mystery and historical fiction. Writer, editor, & business storyteller at jeannettedebeauvoir.com.

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JeannettedeBeauvoir

JeannettedeBeauvoir

Bestselling novelist of mystery and historical fiction. Writer, editor, & business storyteller at jeannettedebeauvoir.com.

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