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Happy UK National Short Story Day!

While here at Short Review Towers, every day is short story day, we’re delighted to be celebrating UK National Short Story Day today, Dec 21st, the shortest day in the Northern Hemisphere… Check out the National Short Story Day website for more than 200 recommendations of short stories to read and check out @shortstoryday on Twitter for more excitement !  Why not tell us what you think we should be reading today? leave a comment, give us your favourite short story of the moment…

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3 comments on “Happy UK National Short Story Day!

  1. NyNy
    January 24, 2013

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  3. Quincy Chichester
    February 12, 2013

    There’s no better way to practice the art of writing than to write a few poems and short stories. Have you ever tried your hand at them? It’s surprising the number of writers that have never done this. Instead they jump straight in with their first novel. ^

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