FLASH FICTION February 7th, 2019 Week 377 - THE RESULTS! Feb 5, 2020 6:17:55 GMT Baccus likes this
Post by sebnem on Feb 5, 2020 6:17:55 GMT
Hi there Flashers,
Welcome to the FFF, WEEK 377!!!
NEWCOMERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.
Important announcement – Six of our subscribers to FLASH FICTION have had stories accepted for publication in mainstream competitions and online magazines. Congrats to RAS (Ron), KABIBA (Kate), Singers (Tabatha), Toppykat, Suzycue, and Sebnem. See what a weekly dose of FLASH can do for you? We wonder who’ll be next?
FLASH FICTION – THE PLACE FOR NEW, ORIGINAL WRITING. WHY SHOULD YOU PLAY? WELL, THE MORE YOU WRITE, THE BETTER YOUR WRITING BECOMES. WRITING OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE STRENGTHENS YOUR TECHNIQUE, AND WHO KNOWS, MAY BE THE INSPIRATION FOR YOUR NEXT BLOCKBUSTER NOVEL / NOVELLA. WELCOME TO THE ‘ORIGINAL’ FFF THREAD.
This is the first FFF thread of 2020 and the prompt is:
Marc Chagall – Green Lovers, 1915
NB For anyone who hasn’t taken part before. All you have to do is use the prompt in any way you feel so inclined, using your innate talent, originality and imagination.
ANYBODY CAN VOTE – Allocate 3 for your favourite, then 2, then 1
That’s the challenge in 1,000 words or less. Any genre, any style, any period, any planet or any head.
Rules? - Please respect your fellow writers.
Suggestions - One - If you start reading something and you don’t like it – then move to the next one – Don’t vote but do enjoy the next person’s work and vote accordingly.
Submissions end Monday, February 17th at 18:00 hrs GMT when voting commences.
Please note: there will not be any voting if there are less than 6 stories.
Charles William Bartlett, "Mother and child" 1900
Hendrik Maarten Krabbé (Dutch artist) 1868 - 1931, A Saucer of Milk for the Cat
Your chance to show us a scene, a situation, or a character related to the prompt, something good, or maybe bad, happy or sad, something related to our existence, in any sense of the word, but ALL with a brilliant display of FLASH!