Flash Fiction Challenge: July’s and August’s Results

Better late than never! As I am recovering from frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis for you medical geeks), it’s been difficult to do much typing.

But my trusty band of authors still wrote flash fiction for July and August. Thanks, you wonderful humans!

July’s entries

For July, I drew these cards: king of spades, 4 of hearts, and the queen of diamonds. That meant the genre was epistolary (letter exchanging), the setting was a car dealership, and the object that must appear in the story was a brick! (Oh, I totally forgot I wrote for July, too!)

And here are the stories from our authors. Thanks so much for playing!

August entries

For August, I drew these cards: 4 of spades, ace of hearts, and the ace of diamonds. That meant the genre was horror, the setting was a bakery, and the object that must appear in the story was a spoon!

And here are the stories from our authors. Thanks so much for playing!

The next draw is on September 7, 2020!

Hope you can join us! I hope to write again for next month, too!

Cheers!


Black and white headshot of Cait Gordon

Cait Gordon is a disability advocate who wants everyone to pummel that curve!

She’s also the author of Life in the ’Cosm and The Stealth Lovers. When Cait’s not writing, she’s editing manuscripts and running The Spoonie Authors Network, a blog whose contributors manage disabilities and/or chronic conditions. She also teamed up with Kohenet Talia C. Johnson to co-edit the Nothing Without Us anthology (a 2020 Prix Aurora Award finalist for Best Related Work) in an attempt to take over the world.

2 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge: July’s and August’s Results

  1. Iara Warriorfeather

    I’m glad I was able to participate–looking forward to this month’s challenge, too! I hope your frozen shoulder gets thawed out soon! :3

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