Cat GIFs, silly memes, WhatsApp forwards. The year 2013 saw attention spans dwindling, and stories struggling to stay in our social media feeds. So, we hand-picked a bunch of stellar writers, shrunk stories to 140 characters and put them out for the world to read. And what started as a page on Facebook slowly became the Internet's most-loved micro-fiction platform. Now reaching millions every week, Terribly Tiny Tales (TTT) continues to explore newer formats with its writers and readers from across the globe. We believe the best stories aren't just the ones that move you while reading them; they're the ones that stay.
Letters change people.
They turn forty-year-old men into helpless fathers. Scared mothers into fierce fighters. Long-lost pets into possessive exes. And old lovers into best friends.
They make you spell help. Give someone a second first chance. Make you leave behind a home. And find another in someone.
Sometimes, they're warnings. Sometimes, confessions. And sometimes, a story left untold.
Letters change people, they say.
Let's hope these change you too.
With love, Us
After two bestsellers--Terribly Tiny Tales and Ninety-Seven Poems--Terribly Tiny Tales and Penguin come together on the same page for the third time.