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Daily Flash 2011: 365 Days of Flash Fiction [Kindle Edition]

Morrell Stephanie L. , Voelker Steve , Bird Alan , Roberts Jessy Marie
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Book Description

DAILY FLASH 2011: 365 DAYS OF FLASH FICTION is a 2011 flash fiction calendar anthology, with a 500 word or less short story featured for every day of the calendar year. Filled with 365 short stories, this is a fun and practical anthology designed for busy readers.

Product Details

  • File Size: 753 KB
  • Print Length: 494 pages
  • Publisher: Daily Flash Publications (December 23, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004H8G2EO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,020,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars New flash fan September 17, 2012
By afresh
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I was a little skeptical at first for the quality of work, would it be slip-shod at best? I am extremely pleased with this purchase,it also made me a fan of flash fiction. There were so many notable stories and authors some nights i stayed up all night just to finish that particular month, I am looking forward to the 2012 edition, this is a must read for all.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Flash Fiction by the Day April 17, 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Pill Hill Press presents 365 very short ("flash fiction") stories from 2011. Each is labeled with one of the year's dates. Some stories match their date exactly, some are set in the same general season, and some could have happened at any time. The stories are from a cross section of flash fiction authors. No pictures, though. Just one would throw a story one thousand words over the length limit.

A dozen of the better stories:

Ken Goldman's Love Shot (January 31) shows that love is all about timing.
Chad Chase's Chasing Cars (March 6) takes us on the road with the Mayfield Man-Eater.
C. Douglas Birkhead's The Jumper (May 14) gives a police officer time to talk with a man who is ready to leap from a window.
Tony Schaab's Grammar Zombies (June 23) gives us a front-row seat for the language apocalypse.
Deena Lyvang's The Girl on the Bed (July 9) brings the comforting presence of Mom to face down a daughter's fears.
Jay Faulkner's Blind Faith (July 18) is about a man who screams at the sky while the storm rages down.
Anthony Rudzki's The End of the Rainbow (August 16) tells us exactly where to find that elusive pot of gold.
Ben Langhinrich's Song for Serena (August 18) is about letting an old life slip away.
Ray Clueley's Here I Am (September 5) hides something precious in plain sight.
Iain Pattison's Bang on Time (November 10) pursues a dangerous terrorist as time runs out.
Stephen Williams' Hellen's Life (November 11) is easily summarized, but hardly bearable.
Stephen Hill's The Spirit of the Holidays (December 17) provides a holiday perspective on thankfulness.

There are some good ideas worked out here. There are also quite a few that just seem so-so.
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