Who’s in the mood for a little Friday flash fiction challenge? Hmm?
Chuck Wendig posted his weekly prompt and I thought it looked like fun (hard, but fun). In this one, you have to write a horror story (with a beginning, a middle and an end) in only three sentences. I don’t know if I can do it, but I think I’m going to try. And I think you should too.
As I’ve mentioned before, I believe participating in these challenges is a great way to improve your writing. They quickly teach you how to show a story rather than tell one. So, even if you have no interest in becoming a short story author, these challenges will help you, trust me. Just remember: Enter to learn, not to win. That’s my personal motto.
To read more about this challenge, click here. You have until NEXT Friday to finish it, so there’s plenty of time.
- “Muck and Mire” – NYC Midnight Flash Fiction 2013 (jenspenden.wordpress.com)
- Flash Fiction vs. The Epic (eclecticvoices.org)
- Jen’s Entry – Flash Fiction Challenge: Spin The Wheel Of Conflict (jenspenden.wordpress.com)