Novels, poetry, e-books and more aren't the only way of telling stories: there is also the sometimes forgotten tweet! David Mitchell, author of The Bone Clocks and a trending author this fall, showed this by writing one of his books, The Right Sort, in 280 tweets. This series of tweets tells a suspenseful tale about a boy named Nathan whose reality turns into a surrealist nightmare when he accompanies his mother to a piano recital. Are experienced authors the only ones who can prove that twitter is a good medium for short stories? I don't think so, and neither did Mashable. So, #MashReads, their book club, put on a competition and allowed people to tweet in their one tweet short stories. Check out some of the winners and runner ups in the images above!