Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: October

Booooo! (That’s me trying to be a spooky ghost. Did it work?) Well, we’re into our 10th month of the 2020 Flash Fiction Challenge. My goodness, only two more to go!

You can read September’s entries here, if you like!

Here’s the video of me choosing the cards for October’s challenge! Yeah, I laughed my head off. I am astonishingly bad at choosing cards, and I totally levelled up this month.

Closed captions are available for this video!

You have until Monday October 12 ( 2-3 p.m. EDT) to submit your stories. Please add a link to your stories in the comments section of this post. And if you’re done sooner, you can comment sooner!

I’ll write a summary post later on to highlight the stories that have come in.

Good luck!


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Cait Gordon is a disability advocate who wants everyone to be wise and think of others as we battle COVID-19!

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.

21 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: October

  1. I’d forgotten we were going to do this! (The time zipped past me!) And I started another flash fiction story last night set in a real-life location in town that is not far away from the real-life location that is made to order for the story I may write for this! (And tomorrow I may be walking my bicycle past one of those locales to get it to the repair shop!)

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      1. Iara Warriorfeather

        Thanks! I didn’t start the story off in a museum, but the Wild West conjures up trains for me (it doesn’t help I’ve worked at Knott’s Berry Farm twice)!

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    1. Iara Warriorfeather

      I enjoyed it! It reminded me a little of Night at the Museum, which is where I wanted to take my story initially! :3

      Sometimes I despise my own writing too, and pull it, but you never know if others will like it, even if you don’t! Thanks for putting it back so everyone has a chance to like it! :3

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    2. “Chuckle!” Writers are sometimes the worst judges of what they write! I sent a story off years ago because I told myself I’d always have something out in a slushpile and so I sent something I thought was “so-so.” It sold! (And I’m not telling which one! 🙂 )

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