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Monday, March 12, 2012

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 3-16-12

(Source image: "Forbidden Embrace" by Igor Vasiliadis)

Your challenge for this Friday, 3-16-12, is to use the picture above to write a flash fiction of no more than 160 words. I would also like you to please use this phrase in your submission:

"...hopeless..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class.

My take on this pic will go up by 12:01 AM on Friday morning. If you are participating this week (and the more the merrier -- tell all your friends. Enemies, too, if you like), simply stop by any time after that and leave your link using the widget in the body of the post. Then everybody will know you're playing along and they'll come leave nice comments on your entry. Everyone wins!

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. Please do provide a link back to either the challenge post, to my main page at http://insatiabear.blogspot.com/, or to the FAQ. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.



Please note: This will be the last FFF challenge from me for some time until probably mid-April. I have some personal issues to deal with as well as severe crunch time at my workplace and can't devote any spare time to larking about as I might wish. I'll see you folks this Friday, and then again in April.

 -- PB

4 comments:

John said...
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John said...

Nice to see you back, hope everything works out with the stuff you have to do!

Advizor54 said...

Welcome back
I'm in
Good Luck.
all that jazz.

Jack and Jill said...

Hope the personal issues are nothing horrible, and best of luck surviving all your job-related crunch time.