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Category Archives: #flash fiction
Sadje has taken over this challenge in memory of Hélène who sadly passed away last year. You’ll find more details here Our image this week is from Pixabay. I call upon you my Sister, The light has gone from our … Continue reading
Thanks go to Donna for setting this weekly challenge. https://sundayphotofiction.com/2020/01/19 Our picture this week is from Pixabay. ‘The problem with TPTB is that they don’t think things through or see the whole picture. Electric vehicles are all very well, but … Continue reading
Our 21 words from the Three Things Challenges this week were : beat, chalk, chart, crack, cricket, diner, fan, flash, food, hallucination, light, loss, luck, marshmallow, popular, secret, shy, story, strike, towel, tub. Here’s something I’ve put together including today’s … Continue reading
Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner is a weekly writing challenge designed for both the flash fiction newbie and the more experienced writer. It is the desire of this challenge to allow writers the opportunity to clear the cobwebs from … Continue reading
Once again our thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for setting our challenge this week. You can find out more and how to participate here and also read other contributions. Picture this week is courtesy of J Hardy Carroll It had taken … Continue reading
Many thanks to Donna McNichol for setting the challenge and DC Stultz for the photoprompt. ‘It’s very quiet in there. Are you sure the kids are OK?’ ‘Sure. They promised they’d be good and the babysitter is an absolute gem.’ … Continue reading
Thanks to BWarren for setting the Sunday Whirl wordle every week. https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/2020/01/12/wordle-438/ The buzz was that someone of importance was coming to stay, though they would be in disguise and wanted to keep a low profile. It was enough for … Continue reading