The best flash fiction in 300 words (or less)

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Brevity is the soul of wit, Shakespeare once said. In You’re getting sleepy, the hypnotist’s apprentice yawned it is also the soul of death, joy, murder, naivety, ambition, love and just about any human emotion you can think of.

The 101 stories in this book will take you close to home or to the outskirts of the universe. From the distant past to the far future. They will transport you to strange new worlds or allow you to voyage into the minds of people. In fact, all these tales have in common is that they are at most 300 words long and will entertain you to no end.

 

6 thoughts on “The best flash fiction in 300 words (or less)

  1. triviasack says:

    Very impressive productivity, my friend. Short stories are very fun in that you get to venture somewhere and explore it but not spend too much time like in writing full novels that you get bored – almost like a one-night stand for lack of a better example!!
    look forward to reading 🙂

  2. I’m not sure about this. 300 words is pretty short. Might be a bit irritating – like reading lots of long tweets. Maybe I’ll take a look and see if it changes my mind.

  3. I just bought it and left a 5* review. As I say there, the stories remind me of Harry Potter’s “Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans” – jelly beans that include ordinary flavors like chocolate, peppermint and marmalade, but also more adventuresome ones like spinach, liver and tripe!

  4. […] P.S. I cannot believe 300 Stories, my favourite daily flash fiction blog, is at an end (although the writer does post weekly flash fiction). A collection of the best of 300 Stories is now available – check out the link here. […]

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