Hey, y’all! Today I’m going to be participating in Rosalie Valentine’s Flash Fiction Dash. The challenge was to write a 1k or less flash fiction from a prompt. We had the option of picking an image prompt or a sentence prompt, but I couldn’t decide which I wanted, so Rosalie gave me both. I wrote… Continue reading Penprints Flash Fiction Dash: Human Error
Hi, y’all! If you are terribly unobservant, you didn’t notice that I’m doing the #BlogBattle again. But since you aren’t, I won’t mention it (shh). Maybe it’s getting monotonous seeing battle after battle on here, with no posts in between… I need to find something else to do, as well, but for now, another blogbattle… Continue reading #BlogBattle 70 — Derelict
Good morning (or whenever), folks! I’m participating in Rachael Richley’s #BlogBattle again, and since I got the idea for another installment of the same fantasy story I did last time, I’ve continued it. You can find the first part by clicking the “#BlogBattle” category at the top of this post. It’s less edited than last time, because… Continue reading #BlogBattle 69 — “Hazel”
Shalom, haverim! Today I’m participating in the weekly #BlogBattle writing challenge, where the host, Rachael Ritchley, gives a randomly chosen one-word prompt, every week. I’ve been following along for a while now, but this is the first time I’ve actually participated, with the word, “Menagerie.” I combined this with another prompt I received somewhere else, “Broken.”… Continue reading #BlogBattle 68 — “Menagerie”
Shalom, mellons! Today I’m participating in Rachelle O’Neil‘s 4th Flash Fiction Challenge. Anna Jolene gave me this prompt: “A child or young teen is being chased through a building by government officials. Write how the chase ends.” This is what I came up with. I edited out about 300 words from it, and it ended up… Continue reading Flash Fiction Challenge: The Kid
Hey, everybody! Today I’m participating in Rachelle O-Neil‘s flash-fiction challenge. After two failed stories, I finally (yesterday) wrote a story that would work (I came up with the idea for it the day before yesterday). After grueling edits (okay, maybe not grueling), in which I edited out 206 of my precious words to come down to… Continue reading Flash Fiction Challenge, March 2015 (Pain, Hope).