Flash Fiction Challenge (16.04.16)

It’s been forever since I posted one of these, and that’s finally changing! I have a bunch of other challenges scheduled for the next couple of months already, and I’m finally finding more time to get some more stuff done here on the blog. Even more so with a two and a half week vacation coming up in the beginning of May. You know what else that means? It means I have a whole two weeks to myself to polish up Between Love and Death a bit more to get it ready for publication. That also means I’m getting really excited about finally getting it finished up and officially published.

But that’s enough rambling! I’ll write up more details for you regarding the book and its publication soon. For now, let’s talk flash fiction. For this week’s challenge (I’m planning one of these every week like I did in t he past), I want to give you something that might take a bit longer. I’m going to give you a list of 10 words, and I want you to use as many of them as possible in your story. There are no genre guidelines for this challenge, it just has to be 1,000 words. poems are also welcome for any of you poets out there.

Here’s your list of words:











You have until noon (PST) on Friday, April 22nd

Write the 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!


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