With so many covers to open, pages to turn...Welcome to Short Stories.
This week's featured article is all about organizing the flow of your stories even when time is limited. Don't give up! Try one of the quick, easy ways to approach your story that make putting ideas to paper just a bit simpler.
Organizing Your Short Stories
A sentence here and there just jotted down on a simple piece of paper you carry with you, will give you a initial overview of your story. It's remarkable how quick notes - sometimes just a few words - can grow and develop their own life. And a story begins, ready for you to write.
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