Flash Fiction Challenge: 3 Words (03.10.15)

I’m a little later than I would have liked getting this post up, but I have a good reason for it. I just spent the last couple hours catching up with a friend I haven’t seen in almost two years, despite both of us trying to find time for months. So I think it’s a good enough reason to be a bit late getting this post up. At least I’m still getting it done today and not a day late.

So this week’s challenge is another longer one. I’m going to give you a list of ten words, you have to pick three or more to include in your story. Stick to horror for genre, and the more words you use, the better. Minimum of three, though. Write a 1,000 word story including the words you chose from the list. Oh, and you can pick and choose which words you use, or you can be fun and pick them randomly. Choice is yours.

completeness

six

true

tendency

proliferation

yawn

footnote

controlling

memory

perception

You have until noon (PST) on Friday, October 9th

Write the short story and post it on your blog, website, whatever you use to share your writing online and comment with a link to it here on this post so that everyone can find it. This is also open to anyone who wants to create a poem rather than a story. So if you’re more a poet than a storyteller, feel free to join in as well.

Go write an awesome story and get back here with your link!

PS, if your story is NSFW, please state that in the comment along with the link just in case.


Between Love and Death, the debut novel from Kimberley Crawford’s Love and Death Series, is scheduled for release on December 9th, 2015.


 

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