It’s #RRBCReadAShortStory Month

March is the month set aside at the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB to promote short stories!

I enjoyed this history about short stories and how they became recognized as a distinct literary form in the nineteenth century.

A short story must have all the same elements as a full-length novel, but much less complex, and of course, much shorter.

The RRBC Catalog has a great list of short stories that would be perfect for celebrating this special month! You’ll find stories from myself, Rhani D’Chae, Beem Weeks, Wendy Scott, Patricia Guthrie, Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko, D.L. Finn, Vashti Q, Nonnie Jules, and many others! There are LOTS to choose from.

So, take a look and grab any that pique your interest! RRBC SHORT STORY CATALOG

And if you read a story, don’t forget to leave a review so that others can see what you thought!

A short story is the perfect form of entertainment when you don’t have much free time!

14 thoughts on “It’s #RRBCReadAShortStory Month

  1. Terrific short summing up of the history of the short story, Jan! Oddly enough I read very few of these until I started writing my own! They’re a great form to write and require a whole different skill-set from writing a novel! I think their increasing popularity is as a result of so many of us being time-poor but still long for a rewarding read!

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    1. It’s funny that you say that, Annika, because I didn’t really read short stories until I started writing them as well. πŸ™‚ Now, I’m a huge fan! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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