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Thousand Word Blog by Alex

Every week, I find a picture and since a picture is worth a thousand words, I find those thousand words and write a short story. 

Every picture is worth a thousand words. It’s a phrase we’ve all heard and probably said to somebody else. But, I wanted to take that cliche and put it into practice. Every week, I find a picture on the internet that seems interesting. A picture that has a story. After finding the right picture, I start writing its story. One thousand words. No more. No Less. Every Friday (give or take depending on if I come down with a crazy flu or something) I post that story here on the Thousand Word Blog!

Note: Thousand Word Blog contains some harsh language.


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Listed: Nov 1, 2015

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Not Quite a Serial

By JPV1000, author of Warbler

Nov 6, 2015: So here’s the thing: Thousand Word Blog isn’t exactly a serial. It’s a regularly updating blog with short fiction, some of it quite good. I liked a lot of the stories on there. I will likely read more. It’s excellent for just finding something short to read, but don’t go looking there for something actually serialized. Like I said, many stories are quite good, others are a little meh, but they deal with radically different subject matter. It’s worth it to go and check out the site, but don’t expect to stay long.

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