My new challenge series on flash fiction, which kicked off last week with stories in ten words, produced some amazing stories in so few words. Take a look at the fantastic results below news of this week’s challenge.
So, from ten, we now go to twenty-word stories. If last week’s entries are anything to go by, we’re all in for a treat.
Last week’s ten-word tales:
Sacha Black was the first in line to try this one and produced a great story:
He’s dead. I’m not. My fault though. Prison? Life? Never.
Eddy‘s short fiction is always excellent. Here’s two from him:
1) Birds flew, bombs blew, I drew my gun; barrel jammed.
2) Thanks. Got busy again. But I’m finally back in routine.
Keith Channing‘s is too clever by half!:
I came, I saw, I conkered. I bloody love autumn.
Keith‘s sister, Wendy Pope shows she’s every bit as talented as her brother:
Cormorant flying above. Sea foaming below … black arrow dives in!
Jasdeep Kaur‘s story make you want to know more: