Flash Fiction Challenge – Week Twenty-One Submissions

The #FFC52 week twenty-one submissions are in!

I might be biased, but I believe the submissions are getting better and better each week. I really do see a book at the end of this 52 week crazy ride! Imagine being a published author! I’m giddy with excitement!

Perhaps you might even get a little crazy and join us!

Share your Flash Fiction stories on Twitter: #FFC52.

Week Twenty-One

Prompt: A woman purchases a cookbook at a charity book sale and discovers a note tucked in the pages.

Thanks for the great submissions everyone! Be sure to read and comment on everyone’s work as we are all here to read, be read,  give, and get feedback!

Half-Baked
Chris Musgrave – Writer in Training

Devil’s Food
C.E Coburn – February St.

Second Chances
Odyssey of a Novice Writer

Dodging Flyers in the City
Ollie Number Seven

Help the Aged
So I Want to Be an Author

Baking Bad
Trials of a Wanna-be-Published Writer

The Note
The Excessive Gardener

Old-Timey Cook
Thain in Vain

Baggage
Woegman’s World of Witty Wonder

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6 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge – Week Twenty-One Submissions

  1. C. E. Coburn says:

    Look forward to reading the posts later! Sidenote: would you be willing to list my name ( C. E. Coburn) under my submissions rather than my blog? Awesome. 🙂

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