Biographer and flash fiction writer says…

“Many of the world’s great stories, speeches, and songs were written in 1000 words or less.”

 The 21st century world and social media have changed the way we process information. Today, most of us want new material delivered to us in short nuggets.

However, consider these memorable stories and speeches we all remember:
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is 272 words.
Aesop’s The Tortoise and the Hare is 168 words.
Clement Clarke Moore’s “Night Before Christmas” is 421   words.
“Goldilocks and the Three Bears” is about 495 words.
Lou Gehrig’s “Farewell to Baseball” speech is only 277 words. 

May I offer you some quick secrets for writing short essays, reports and stories?

Here’s the link: Flash Fables Secrets

 Two of my e-books under 1000 words:
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Aunt Mildred’s Ghost 
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