Best Very Short Stories of 2004
These very short stories - the best of Story Bytes for 2004 - were chosen based entirely upon reader feedback.
They appear in reverse chronological order (newest first).
April / May
The Grief Recovery Handbook by M. Stanley Bubien A short handbook indeed. 2 Words, Published April/May, 2004
Sudden Morning Muse by Glynn Sharpe Sought by artists the world over. 128 Words, Published April/May, 2004
Slipping on a Mossy Log by Lad Moore Is it knowing everything on your Big Chief Tablet Paper, or...? 1024 Words, Published April/May, 2004
A Prayer so Powerful by M. Stanley Bubien The most powerful, really. 256 Words, Published March, 2004
I Planned For This by M. Stanley Bubien Not a passion play... well not exactly... 1024 Words, Published March, 2004
How to Take No for an Answer by M. Stanley Bubien A crash course of sorts. 4 Words, Published Jan/Feb, 2004
Paisley My Sky by Glynn Sharpe One of my favorite colors for a sky. 256 Words, Published Jan/Feb, 2004
She'll Never Admit by M. Stanley Bubien Apologies, if offered, often need to be accepted. 1024 Words, Published Jan/Feb, 2004