Week 30 submissions are in! Check them out!
Submit your week 30 flash fiction by July 29, 2014! Post a link to your submission in the comments section of the corresponding weekly prompt.
Prompt: A man steals a large sum of money to pay a debt to a loan shark. He saves his ass from a beating, but is haunted by the nature of what has done.
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- Sunday Photo Fiction: July 20th 2014 (sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com)
- Call for submissions: Flash fiction and Kentucky writers (kmgn.me)
- A Flash Fiction First (thekineticpen.wordpress.com)
12 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge – Prompt 30”
Here’s my submission to this week’s prompt. Hope you enjoy! It’s called ‘A Disarming Tale of Remorse’
Here’s my submission called “Icing on the cake”
This challenge was a little easier than last week’s, and more fun, too. I started with one idea, but by the end, I had gone down a sick, twisted rabbit hole. (I combined this challenge with Chuck Wendig’s over at Terrible Minds. Part I is in response to TiV: Week 30. FYI.)
Thanks for the related article link back to my Sunday Photo Fiction blog. I will look into this tomorrow. Is there a word count?
I think photo prompts are great!! Word count is 500.
Thank you 🙂 I do. It is amazing the different things people see in a photo.