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Donna McNicol sets this challenge every week. Click here for more info and to join in. Welcome to Sunday Photo Fiction! Here is this week’s photo, your challenge is to use the picture as inspiration to write a story in … Continue reading
Choose a Material : Leather/Fur, Wool, Cotton, Polyester, Nylon Choose a Music Genre : Rock, Blues, Hip Hop, Indie, Classical Choose a Sound : Teeth Grinding, Bouncing Rubber Ball, Acrylic Nails Tapping Hard Surface, Rusty Metal Gate Opening, Knife Ripping … Continue reading
Every Friday, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields provides a photoprompt for us to work with. This week, it’s courtesy of Ted Strutz and we have up to 100 words to play with. She couldn’t believe it, and picked up several, scanning them quickly. … Continue reading
Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for our weekly Friday Fictioneers prompt. More details including other participants can be found here: https://rochellewisoff.com/ PHOTO PROMPT © Na’ama Yehuda It was the easiest hundred quid I ever earned. OK, I didn’t bargain for the … Continue reading
Thanks again to Rochell Wisoff-Fields for hosting this weekly prompt. More details can be found here https://rochellewisoff.com/ This week’s PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll Nancy was a hoarder. No other word for it, she wouldn’t throw anything away, always … Continue reading
Roger’s Challenge: 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 … Continue reading