One-Sentence Stories: An Anthology of Stories Written in a Single Sentence

One-Sentence Stories: An Anthology of Stories Written in a Single Sentence

by Val Dumond

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Overview

Have you ever been tempted to write out your thoughts, a story, or a business report in one sentence - one very l-o-n-g sentence - to either tease the boss, empty your brain, rid yourself of the jitters caused by writer's block, the way of the world, your family feud, or an upcoming interview, and forgetting to complete a sentence, just letting your pen or computer run on and on ("OMG," yells Teacher, "a run-on sentence!") and forget Teacher and that irritating voice of condemnation, and writing your story, report, or thoughts the way they run through your head, placing word after word on paper or computer screen as you begin to notice how your body is relaxing, your brain has been stimulated, and you are having F-U-N, realizing the writer's block has been broken up, the world is continuing on its merry/sad way without your help, your family is going to be your family all your life so get used to their weird ways, and that interview will be a challenge for you to shine and let your words and easy-going manner (brought about by producing a one-sentence piece of writing and knowing all is well and you feel good?

That's what this book is about, 77 stories written by 43 writers from around the world about all kinds of subjects, of varying lengths and writing styles. You'll laugh, cry, wiggle, want to throw something, or want to embrace someone... but you'll have read some amazing stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998548913
Publisher: Muddy Puddle Press
Publication date: 03/25/2017
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

This book has 43 authors from all around the world - some professionals, some starting out as writers, but all intrigued by writing stories in a single l-o-o-n-g sentence. The stories have been edited and compiled by Val Dumond, who founded Muddy Puddle Press in 2002 and who continues to write and publish her own stories while encouraging and assisting other writers to publish theirs. She works from her home in the Pacific Northwest near her two grownkids. Her books lean towards writing about grammar and inclusive language, and include a few novels telling stories of women's history. Find her at www.valdumond.com

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