Terribly Tiny Tales Vol 1


With attention spans of the millennials decreasing by the second, reading of books,whether digital or otherwise has become a task.
In the times of 140 characters, where everyone is trying to voice their opinions on micro blogging platforms and hashtags rule the roost,Terribly Tiny Tales comes as welcome change.


250 Tales, under 140 characters and infinite scope for imagination. Each story has a hashtag and makes you think beyond those 140 characters. Precisely what fiction is supposed to do. For me, those stories stay with me even after. Contemporary themes, modern thoughts and equally thought provoking lines on everyday life is what makes Terribly Tiny Tales different.

Open any page and read a tale, think about life and what it means to you! This tiny black book holds a plethora of emotions and is ideal to gift and also essential for one of those off days where you need some book therapy.

Another wonderful feature of the tales is that there is lot left to individual reader's imagination. The tale may not end in 140 characters for you. It may linger on in your mind and is open to interpretation.

This tiny black compact book did just want it was supposed to do for me...made me want to flip the square black pages one by one and smile...

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