Friday, December 5, 2008

Monday, the brain cells needed for short stories

I'm working on an article about the components for short stories. I plan to post it Monday. Brain cells are needed to write successful stories.

I have written short stories for as long as I can remember, and although not much of a market remains for that genre of writing, I still enjoy writing short stories and reading them.




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4 comments:

Jean Henry Mead said...

I'm looki8ng forward to my visit here tomorrow on my blog tour, Vivian. I hope you have everything you need.

Vivian Zabel said...

Yes, Jean, the post for your blog tour is ready and will be posted automatically tomorrow. Note the change in the date for the short story post.

I'm looking forward to tomorrow with you.

Seth said...

I think you'll find that the genre of the short story is still alive and well in the blogging world. In fact, I don't know many readers at all with the patience to read a full-length story online!

I await your future posts!

Seth

Vivian Zabel said...

Yes, short stories can be found most often online, but many writers still like the idea of being paid and seeing their work in print. Sad, isn't it?

There are a few publications that accept short stories, and in a later post I'll find the ones I've found, so far, that do.

However, for those of us who MUST write, and write short stories, we can post them in blogs, on web sites, and wherever possible. Thankfully someone can read them.