NASHVILLE, TN – March 1, 2013 – Story Institute, your online and in-print source for imagining, enhancing, and growing stories, is proud to announce the publication of The Blotted Line, a series of short stories, by Mehreen Ahmed. Riddled with foreign words, The Blotted Line is an international book of … Continue reading
La Ville-Lumiere By: Mehreen Ahmed The city’s spirit is aptly sensed, by none, other than Gil, in Midnight in Paris. La Ville-Lumiere or “the city of light,” as Paris sometimes is called, is full of cultural sophistication and sensuous get up; something it owes largely to fashion, the glamour glitz … Continue reading
If you have an Amazon Kindle and long for the approach of Dickens when reading new stories, Amazon may have your answer. Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO, said, “for our next invention, we reached back into the past for inspiration.” Amazon released eight Kindle Serials to begin this new distribution method. Each edition … Continue reading
As you venture through Story Institute looking for story topics, poem ideas, or writing tips, use these guidelines to help with your journey. This post was written for a younger writer who was looking for a complete storyline and character development. We have changed it for a general audience with … Continue reading
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Rebecca Laskowitz releases Class Of… Rebecca first appeared on Story Institute as the winner of our short story contest. Last year, we published her first novel, The Manuscript. This year, Rebecca adds another thriller to the craft of writing, Class of… published through CreateSpace. Check out, Class of…, a great second novel from … Continue reading