White brick wall. Text reads: It's time for Septembers Flash Fiction Draw

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: September

Welp, I have full-blown frozen shoulder, but the show must go on! We're into our ninth month with the 2020 Flash Fiction Challenge. I'm going to try to write for this month, and as always, I thank my faithful band of writers who have been playing along. I appreciate you! I just posted a combined …

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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 …

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White brick wall. Text reads: It's time for August's Flash Fiction Draw

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: August

I'm recovering from a rotator cuff injury that's turning into frozen shoulder, so OWCH! But still pressing on with the 2020 Flash Fiction Challenge. I'm not sure if I'll be able to write for this month, but I thank my faithful band of writers who have been playing along. I appreciate you! Because of owies, …

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ID: An orange Volkswagon Bug

A Brick in the Bug

Author’s note: This is my flash fiction for July's entry of the 2020 Flash Fiction Challenge. Each month of 2020, on the first Monday, I’ll draw cards to determine the genre, setting, and an object that has to appear in the short story. Participants will have until the following Monday to link their stories to the blog …

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White brick wall. Text reads: It's time for July's Flash Fiction Draw

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: July

And we're more than half-way through this heavy year, but we're still pressing on with the 2020 Flash Fiction Challenge. Thanks to my faithful band of writers who have been playing along. I appreciate you! June's authors took on historical fiction in a really creative way! (Read June's stories here.) Now it's time for our …

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Flash Fiction Challenge: June Results

Sorry this post is so late. I’m currently on a type of hiatus, for physical and mental health reasons. And I didn’t write a story this month because I was heavily involved in an online writers con, then my brain and body went *poof*. Thankfully, we have authors who did write flash fiction for June. …

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White brick wall. Text reads: It's time for June's Flash Fiction Draw

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: June [UPDATE]

It might seem odd that I am continuing this fun and non-competitive flash fiction game during a global pandemic and a time of gross injustices (Black lives matter!), but I strongly feel that taking a break to be creative is really good for my mental health. If you're not up to it this month, that's …

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Flash Fiction Challenge: May Results

It warms my heart that my trusty band of author humans continue to write their super-creative stories. Thanks, author humans! Last week, I drew these cards: 9 of spades, 2 of hearts, and the 9 of diamonds. That meant the genre was action-adventure, the setting was a fandom gathering, and the object that must appear …

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White brick wall. Text reads: It's time for May's Flash Fiction Draw

Flash Fiction Challenge 2020: May

It might seem odd that I am continuing this fun and non-competitive flash fiction game during a global pandemic, but I strongly feel that taking time out to be creative is really good for my mental health. But if you're not up to it this month, that's absolutely okay, too. I just wanted to do …

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