So, this morning I was disappointed that I had missed so much of National Poetry Month and decided to turn every month into a writing month! BUT I just found out that May is already Story-A-Day Month!
If you want to do this with me—and you should—we are not very far behind. Here’s a quick recap:
April 30th: Prove you’re a writer—to yourself.
May 1: Keep It Short (no more than 1,200 words).
And now: May 2!
Let’s get going! We’ve got some catching up to do!
P.S. Ernest Hemingway once said that he had created the shortest story ever written:
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