300 Stories in 1 Year

Here’s a shout out to a fellow writer who’s currently working on a year-long goal. I’ve been following his blog – 300 Stories – for some time now and have been tickled with his writing. Some of it’s funny, some thought-provoking, some weird. You name it he’s tried it looks like.

A one-year mission to produce 300 stories in 300 words (or less) 

He’s currently on 183 with Zodwa. If you enjoy flash fiction, you might think about taking a look at his blog. His ideas are unique and creative and never fail to impress me. It can be difficult to condense a story or thought into something that’s less than 500 words (or in his case 300 words) but he manages to do a brilliant job every time.

Dieter Rogiers lives in Brussels and works in communications for Belgium’s biggest political party. Having previously tried his hand at screenwriting, on his 35th birthday he decided he wanted to write more. Due to the amount of time at his disposal, he figured short stories were the way to go thus his idea of 300 stories in a year was born.

Good luck to Mr. Rogiers and looking forward to each new flash fiction he writes!


About Katie St. John-Shin

I believe in living life and not letting it pass you by. I mean, come on, if you really want to do something but don't have the courage to do it so you let the opportunity disappear, you may regret it for the rest of your life. How can you know what you're capable of unless you go for it? Like every writer, I naturally plan on becoming a world-famous writer. I love reading, writing, fitness, coffee, watching my favorite movies/shows, listening to music, and trying new things even if they're sometimes terrifying. I'm a stay-at-home mom, a writer, and a POP Pilates instructor. I didn't think I'd succeed at that last one but I did it! I confronted my fears, dealt with things I didn't want to deal with, and completed the training! POP Pilates classes are coming soon to mid-Nebraska!
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