Flash Fiction: The Crossword Killer

flash fiction font print letter text alphabetThis weeks Flash Fiction challenge hosted by Terribleminds.com was rather tricky. Mr Wendig gave us a randomly generated sentence which we had to include somewhere in our piece of 1000 word flash fiction. The sentence was…

“A novice revenges the rhythm”

It is a rather difficult sentence to use in its natural form due to a few grammatical inconsistencies. However, after a few days of mulling, ideas slowly started to brew and ferment like alcoholic tea. Then like a thunderbolt from the sky, or more accurately one of those little lightning bolts on the sensitive teeth adverts, struck me and suddenly I was on to something.

So, as always I hope you like and you must leave a comment. Yep, I’m making it mandatory now. If you try to leave the page after reading this without leaving a comment, I will send my army of molluscs after you. Don’t think I won’t. They’ll just wait for you, clinging on to your shower curtain to take you by surprise and take very small bites out of you.

Have fun, peeps.

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Flash Fiction: Static

television interference plasma screenAnother Flash Fiction Challenge from Chuck Wendig at Terribleminds.com. The challenge this week called ‘Random Photo Story’, is to click on this link which will generate six random Flickr images. Use three of them in a piece of Flash Fiction of no more than 1000 words.

I have inserted the links into the story so look out for (X) at various points.

Please let me know your thoughts.

Have fun and I bring you…. ‘Static’

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