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  1. Hi Sara,
    I really enjoyed reading your blog, thank you.

    I wonder if you would like to try your hand at writing a story in exactly 81 words on my site, 81words.net. I would love to see what you come up with.

    81words.net is for flashfiction in exactly 81 words. Anyone can submit a story and all stories are then rated by other users.
    Ultimately my aim is to publish collections of the top rated stories with the profits distributed amongst the included authors and I have just published the first collection on Kindle here .
    As I have decided to go for only the higher rated stories, there are only 41, this collection was primarily promotional with the advantage of publicity for the published authors (links to their websites etc) and encouragement for the amateur ones.

    Many people think they can’t write without even trying, and this website gives anyone an opportunity and structure to find out they may be wrong. Such a short word count isn’t daunting for anyone to have a go.

    I really hope to read something by you at 81words.net, or any observations on the site would be gratefully received.

    With best wishes
    Adam Rubinstein

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