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Anyone out there like spooky short stories? I'm a fan of E.A.Poe, Susan Hill and M.R.James.
I've just published my own - a set of six spanning the decades of 20th century - The Siren and Other Strange Tales

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I've read in several sources that short stories are the "in" thing. Do you agree? I'm not so sure.

Have a great day. It's hot and sunny here at the moment in France (where I live) so writing time tends to be the evenings.



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Hi Sheila,

I'm not sure whether short stories are the in thing or not. Reading doesn't seem to be in at all these days. Well, unless it is on Facebook or Twitter. We struggle attracting avid readers. Please join us in reading and discussing our latest short story. The thread is up above... or just click the below link.

Silent Snow, Secret Snow by Conrad Aiken - a discussion



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