Flash Fiction or Bust

A place to have fun trying your hand at flash fiction. There will be a new prompt everyday. Some will be serious, some will be silly. It should be for fun and not to be critiqued to harshly.

Flash fiction is a style of fictional literature or fiction of extreme brevity. There is no widely accepted definition of the length of the category

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Topic for 8/15 - The Toys are Alive

I couldn't be sure, but when I walked in this morning, I think my doll winked at me.... continue and have fun!

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An Interesting One! 2 Replies

Flash Fiction Quickie... "No," I screamed at Renee as she ran down the bridge as fast as she could. "This is suicide, you know what will happen if you do this!"Continue

Started by Emily Walker. Last reply by Emily Walker Jul 9, 2012.

Start with A Flash! 16 Replies

The Flash looked up in the sky, it looked like the clouds were on fire. Everywhere he looked there was destruction. He shook his fist at the city."How could you have let this happen!"Now you go!!…Continue

Started by Emily Walker. Last reply by Rebekah Campbell Jul 7, 2012.

A New Prompt ---- What, yes I am doing two today!

As I turned around in a circle looking up at the bottoms of the mushrooms I knew one of two things was true. One, I had shrunk to the size of a bug, or two, I was in the land of giants...   …Continue

Started by Emily Walker Jul 6, 2012.

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Comment by Emily Walker on July 6, 2012 at 2:23pm

So apparently you cannot edit the discussion once you post it. The prompt should read.

The Flash looked up in the sky. It looked like the clouds were on fire. Everywhere he looked there was destruction. Shaking his fist at the city he cried out words of despair.

"How could you have let this happen?"


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