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#microfiction #flashfiction #shortfiction

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You might be wondering what the differences are between the length of these three types of fiction. According to Jennifer writing for Touchstone Editing short stories or fiction can be anywhere up to 30,000 words long or as low as a few words. Flash fiction up to 1000 words and micro-fiction up to 300. Each form is a complete story.




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