Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner is hosted by Roger Shipp. A weekly writing challenge designed for both the flash fiction newbie and the more experienced writer. An opportunity to clear the cobwebs from a more tedious and involved project. Please consider joining this new and growing writer’s community. It might be just what the doctor ordered to rejuvenate your writing juices.
This challenge is open until 11:00 pm Thursday night, January 28th, 2016.
- The word limit is 200 wordsI've chosen to keep my contributions to 100 words.
- There is also a first sentence prompt with each photograph. This time the sentence was "Enough is enough."I ignored the first sentence this time. My story went in a whole other direction.
- Each flash fiction piece should have a clear beginning, middle, and end. No serial stories. It is harder to stay abreast of a serial story. (Please keep content PG-13.)
- Please post the picture and remember the copyright.
- Post your flash fiction response by clicking on THIS LINK. Follow the given directions.
- Please give feedback – all participants appreciate your reaction to their work.
"Blue and white tennis shoes," She whispered, as memories poured forth. "Jeans, light blue shirt."
Jenny sighed but put all her strength into answering. "Red eyes."
"No. Blood red pupils."
Detective Samples shook his head as he recorded her words. "Tell me about his hair?"
"Shoulder length, black, and wavy." Jenny grimaced.
He knew she was in pain, but he couldn't delay his questions. "Anything else?"
Her eyes widened. Her voice shook. "His fangs were bright white."
Jenny lost consciousness. The machines alarmed.
Detective Samples stepped back as doctors and nurses rushed in.
Fangs? She said fangs!
Yolanda Renee © 2016
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