Flash Fiction Challenge – Week Twenty-Nine Submissions (29)

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#FFC52 week 29
submissions are in!

It’s important that every writer have a tribe, a community in which we can be challenged, be vulnerable, and of course, be read! For me, the FFC#52 challenge is just that–our tribe, our community! For this, I thank all of you! Perhaps you might even get a little crazy and join us!

Share your Flash Fiction stories on Twitter: #FFC52.

This week’s prompt was the brain-child of incomparable Bree from Read me my Writes. She suggested, “Although extreme flash fiction stories have been found pre-dating Hemingway, he was the one who really made it popular when he wrote his six-word novel. His story: ‘For Sale: baby shoes, never worn,’  shows us in a mere six words the tragedy of a baby’s death.” Thanks for the submission idea, Bree!

Week Twenty-eight
Prompt:Create a six-word story about anything you love to write about!

Overall, most of you liked this challenge and it shows in the excellent submissions that came in! I appreciate all of you and this journey we are on! Be sure to read and comment on everyone’s work as we are all here to read, be read,  give, and get feedback!

Accepted
Adan Ramie

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Article 94

Scene
C.E.Coburn – February St

The title of this post is longer than the story it contains
How do you pronounce Eynon?

6 Words
Hawaiian Supermom

The Cost
Odyssey of a Novice Writer

WWIII in 6 Words
Pigspittle, Ohio

Heartbroken
Read Me My Writes

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So I want to be an author

6
Swirls of Truth

Unbelievable
Thain in Vain

Woman’s Work
The Excessive Gardener

Sane
The Mental Picture

For Sale
Trials of a Wanna-be-Published Writer

Strangers
Woegman’s World of Witty Wonder

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3 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge – Week Twenty-Nine Submissions (29)

  1. Bree Salyer says:

    I know there are some who didn’t really like the challenge and when I first suggested it, I thought, eh how hard could 6 words be? But I quickly found out that, yes, you could throw any six word sentence up there, but to make an impact with those six words was the true challenge. And it was much harder to do than having a full 500 to do the explaining for you!

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