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A to Z in 10 by 10

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26 letters in the alphabet provide the start of 26 flash fiction stories. Each story was written based upon a word and a photo used for inspiration. That's the A to Z.

The 10 by 10 refers to the story length. Each story was written in no more than ten sentences but with a minimum of 100 words (10x10=100).

Some tell a sweet tale, some have unexpected twists, some leaving you
Kindle Edition, 63 pages
Published May 1st 2012
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David Caldwell
The author of this collection of flash fiction (very short stories) took the following challenge. Each story would only be 10 sentences in length. Each sentence would have at least 10 words. (Hence the 10 by 10.) There were 26 stories and each story was given a word (one for each letter in the alphabet, so A to Z) and picture to go with the story. The stories covered a wide range of subject matter and genres.

The challenge wasn't as hard as it might sound since the only condition that was a hard
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Donna was destined to be a writer - in the 4th grade she took her toy typewriter and painstakingly typed out the neighborhood news, one copy at a time, and sold it to the neighbors for ten cents. But writing would take a back seat to 30+ years in the IT industry.

A late in life lover of adventure, she learned to ride a motorcycle at age 55, traveled the US solo on her Harley-Davidson at age 58 (42
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