Quick and Hard Hitting

Something to which I aspire . . . This page offers some amazing examples of what one can do with but a few hundred words.

 

Boston Literary Magazine.

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  1. From what I just read, these pieces are beautiful. And you certainly have what it takes to do the same. Can’t wait to read them all. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Loved these examples of Quick and Hard Hitting (especially Death Row Hugger by Nancy Stohlman). I’ve always had a particular problem with too much, especially when it comes to word count. In fact, I once participated in an exercise of writing a story with only 49 words every single day for a year (it was my age at the time), in an attempt to learn the art of Less is More. It was a good exercise, but I still tend to ramble on and on forever, never quite happy with the end result. 🙂

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