Flash Fiction Challenge – Week Twenty-Two Submissions (22)

flash-fiction-badgeThe #FFC52 week twenty-two submissions are in!

I want to thank everyone who is along for this ride! I appreciate getting to read your stories and getting to know each of you! I had no idea that there would this much interest in my #FFC52 challenge, so I’m stoked that you’re here and having fun!

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.

This week’s prompt was brought to you by the unmatchable Mark Baron of Woegman’s World of Witty Wonder.

Week Twenty-two
Prompt: You (or your protagonist) walk through a door, only to find that not only are you not where you expected and there doesn’t seem to be a way back…”

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!

Unexpected Door
Article 94

Chris Musgrave – Writer in Training

Landing’s Edge
C.E.Coburn – February St

Goodbye Alexander
Ollie Number Seven

Odyssey of a Novice Writer

Divine Intervention
Read Me My Writes

To Eat or Not to Eat
So I Want to Be an Author

Swirls of Truth

Good Samaritan
Trials of a Wanna-be-Published Writer

Fun House
The Excessive Gardener

Beautiful Door
Thain in Vain

When is a Door not a Door?
Woegman’s World of Witty Wonder

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