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LitStack's Flash Fiction Challenge #2

We had great fun with our first flash fiction challenge — many thanks to everyone who participated! If you didn’t get a chance to check out all the entries, the links are re-posted below. So writing friends, are you up for another one? Use the following photo to guide you in your story’s theme or setting, […]

We had great fun with our first flash fiction challenge — many thanks to everyone who participated! If you didn’t get a chance to check out all the entries, the links are re-posted below. So writing friends, are you up for another one?

Use the following photo to guide you in your story’s theme or setting, and let your imagination take you where it will. Post your story–500 words or fewer–on your blog or someplace you’d like the rest of us to visit. Drop a link in the comments here, and head off to visit other participants’ posts. We’ll include a roundup of entries with the next challenge. All are welcome, and it’s all friendly, so be bold and jump right on in.

Here’s your prompt … and have fun!

 

 

Excellent entries: Flash Fiction Challenge #1

The Last Story, Veronica Cook

How To Win Friends and Influence People, Madame Paradox

Thumbprint, Thomas M. Duncan

Denied, Lisa Riley Emig

The Snakehunter of Liberty Grove, Jennifer M. Kaufman

 

9 responses to “LitStack's Flash Fiction Challenge #2”

  1. jenmessner@gmail.com' Jennifer says:

    You guys, awesome stories! So creative. Here's mine, hm. http://www.bookspersonally.com/2012/01/eye-litsta

  2. Ello again 🙂 Here's mine: http://thewordsicouldsay.blogspot.com/2012/01/no-
    Oh and I <3 the other stories ^_^

  3. […] wordy has provided me with some inspiration. However, I must confess I broke the rules this time. My flash fiction challenge is double the length it’s supposed to be. What can I say? The story just kept escalating and […]

  4. heidisdavid@gmail.com' Madame Paradox says:

    I cheated on the length but I'm posting it anyway. My apologies in advance for the dark and gruesome tale. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂 http://madameparadox.com/2012/01/26/the-infernal-… I look forward to reading the others.

  5. sandybritchesomine@gmail.com' Jenny_O says:

    So sorry I'm late. I feel like I'm pulling words out of my head with a spoon.

    Sound hard? Yeah..

    http://litendeavors.blogspot.com/2012/01/lit-stac

  6. jenmessner@gmail.com' Jennifer says:

    These are AWESOME, everyone – and so great to have both new & returning writers

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