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Two Hundred Very Short Stories by Helen Keeling-Marston - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Synopsis
Two Hundred Very Short Stories is a collection of stories each so short that the reader can start…and finish…a whole one in one night – some even in a minute! Recognising that many people don’t have enough time for regular reading – and thus can easily lose the thread of a novel – Helen Keeling-Marston set about writing a collection of short stories. Two Hundred Very Short Stories – Helen’s first book – features an eclectic mix of short stories and flash fiction: flash fiction being works of extreme brevity. Similar to a musical mix tape, the collection of stories aims to elicit a range of different emotions from the reader: joy, sadness, amusement, befuddlement, intrigue and fear. Be warned, however, that you’ll need to have your wits about you when reading this book, as Two Hundred Very Short Stories isn’t always a passive experience!


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Jennifer's Review
This is my review of Two Hundred Very Short Stories.

It’s a collection of very short stories.
I really liked a lot of them and wished some of them had been made into books. 
I really enjoyed reading them, and I think others will too. 
I give the stories 5 stars!


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