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This article was published on August 17, 2010

Have a story to tell? Twitter Tales wants to publish it.

Have a story to tell? Twitter Tales wants to publish it.

It’s often difficult to tell your story in 140 characters. While that’s sometimes the fun of Twitter, it’s often the bane of people who really have something to say. Twitter Tales, according to the Twitter Blog, is giving you a chance to tell your tale in full.

Each week, Twitter will add a new story that “highlights creative individuals and businesses from all corners of the world that help make Twitter awesome”. To start the service, there are three entries:

– Life: @natashabadhwar is a mother/filmmaker/photographer/writer from New Delhi who sees Twitter as a form of self therapy
– Community: @caltrain is a crowd-sourced Twitter account where people can help others avoid pitfalls on their daily commute
– Humor: @thebloggess provides a witty and honest behind the scenes look into her blog writing

Twitter is encouraging you to submit your story by emailing [email protected] So, if you’ll pardon me, I believe it’s time to write my memoirs.