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Small Little Things

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Small Little Things is a collection of 100 short stories taken from Kerem Mermutlu's blog. Readers from over 91 countries worldwide have read Kerem's short stories, which he writes one a day, every day.

The stories are about listening to buildings, not fitting in, trying to escape, and generally trying to understand things while everything is falling apart. The stories are
Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published (first published October 28th 2011)
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i loved it. every story was down to earth and i related to each one. it was like this was made for me. it a must read. got through it in a hour.
I'm sure this is now the book I'll look for when I need something to put a smile on my face.
i like it, but it's a bit on the emo side, like everything that comes out of tumblr.
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Kerem Mermutlu has worked as a bookseller in London, as well as teaching English as a foreign language in Japan and Taiwan. Kerem writes young adult fiction and 'My Last Summer' is his first novel. It's been described as 'a catcher in the rye for Asia' and is available in paperback and for Kindle and all other ebook formats.

His new novel 'Broken Yeah Wow' is a novel that revolves around blogs, cof
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