The Five Reasons to Write Series is off to a slow start with Super-Powered Guests Coming Next Month!
For now, I'm just adding a few posts to build the fire . . . I mean, fervor. Hmm.
5 Reasons to Write Hint Fiction with 5 Links
1. Topping out at 25 words a story, hint fiction is short enough to write on a coffee break.
2. It's fun! I bet you can't write just one.
3. Subject matter is everywhere. Look out the window. Stare at the desk. Glance at a headline. All systems go, and you have a story.
4. It gets me through the daunting days of writing. I can at least write one hint fiction story - even if I don't have time, confidence, or brain-power for anything longer,
5. There are markets for it, and it's a good way to start spreading your author name all over cyberspace.
A brief history: legend has it, hint fiction was created/coined by Robert Swartword in 2009.
Markets for Hint Fiction and Micro-fiction
This post brought to you via a celebration for getting five more hint fiction stories published in the April 2016 edition of Nailpolish Stories!