This week’s photo writing prompt courtesy of Sue Vincent’s fun #writephoto challenge is entitled “calling”. The goal is to write a story based on the wintery snap below. My take is a bit of frigid fun in ~340 words. Be sure to check out the other great takes by clicking on the link above and if you haven’t already, why not have a go yourself.
This is my response to Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #32. The challenge, to write a piece of flash fiction based on the great photo below. My entry is a 300-word drama. Thanks to Fandango for organising a great prompt. Like the story, don’t like the story, either way why not pop over and have a go yourself.
This week’s writing prompt courtesy of Carrot Ranch’s – Flash Fiction Challenge is to write a 99-word story (no more no less) that embodies “true grit“. You could always rely on John Wayne to stick to his guns. It wasn’t his guns that gave him grit, it was following his conscience, no matter how tough it got.
Again, big thanks to FracturedFaith for his regular Flash Fiction Challenge, a fun opportunity for writers to test their mettle by writing a short piece around an inspirational topic. This week, inspiration is the attached till receipt, the ominous “THE MIRROR”.