Hey guys, Welcome back to another instalment of this mini series! I have really enjoyed writing this series and since I started it (three weeks ago now!) I have written several pieces of flash fiction; some of them may even get shared on here over the next few months (editing takes a while guys!). So… Continue reading Flash Fiction and how to write it!
Hey guys, So we are here for another Friday Fiction Challenge and this week I have been looking at building a collection of first sentences as prompts for flash fiction or short stories. I have started keeping a notepad next to my bed, so every night (no matter what I have worked that day) I… Continue reading Friday Fiction Challenge!
Hey guys, Another flash fiction piece from me, the image below was sourced from Pinterest and was the inspiration for this short piece. I hope you enjoy. ‘Dude we are not asking the dragon for directions.’ Angry whispers filled my ears as we continued to walk towards the beast, half-slumbering in the corner. “Why?” Trying… Continue reading Flash: Dragonphobia
Hey guys, So I have been inspired by the post I shared last week (if you didn’t read it, check it out!) and I have been seriously wanting to write more flash fiction pieces. To many people flash fiction is merely a way of waking up the writing muse, that is, they use this huge… Continue reading Flash Fiction is not a warm up!
Hey guys, Can you write a 100 word flash fiction piece using one of these images or prompts? Share them in the comments, or links to your blog! Get writing! Don’t tell me which image! Good luck guys! Helen x
Hey guys, So I have decided to start participating in the weekly flash fiction challenge known as FFAW: flash fiction for aspiring authors. Where each week they provide a prompt (usually a photograph), then using that you attempt to produce a 100-150 word flash fiction piece. This week, the photo below was provided by Grant-Sud;… Continue reading FFAW: Rooftop Rebels
Hi guys, So I have just read this amazing piece! You guys need to read it. I found it extremely engaging and it highlights the importance and beauty of flash fiction writing- and for once, not just as a writing exercise to get you prepared for novel length writing. Kyle has managed to explain not… Continue reading Flash Fiction and why you should read it!