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(Topic Post) December Tales: Jot this down

A friend advised me a while back that the flash fiction contest is so limiting already, writing for a prompt that's a phrase instead of a single word is too challenging. December Tales contest is meant to give you a writing break during the hustle and bustle so we will keep it simple AND encourage some holiday cheer.

Write for us this third week of December, in 300 words or less, a little something about LIBATION.

Feel free to do some real world research in preparation.

Cheers!
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December Tales Week Two Results

Good morning, Flames!

We are having an unseasonable holiday season down here in South Florida. We've had a day or two in the upper sixties (which was soooo nice), but this week they are predicting mid-eighties. I guess there won't be any snow for Christmas. I hope your winter is going a bit more as expected.

Ayumidah responded to our prompt of "You are our only hope." this week. She also submitted a piece for last week's prompt of "Move heaven and earth." but due to a timing glitch it wasn't with the Sunday night submissions. We are sharing both with you now. Enjoy, and please share a little comment love with our Brigit's Flame trooper.

For week one -
Title: Loss
Author: ayumidah
Wordcount: 109

For week two -
Title: Hope
Author: ayumidah
Wordcount: 126
Theme: friendship
Warnings: none
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(Topic Post) December Tales: Shake the dust off

Hello again,
With December being a busy month for many, we are offering stand-alone contests each week of December. Your response to this week's prompt should be turned in by Sunday, December 13th before 11:45pm (EST).

In 300 words or less I challenge you to write a tale with the theme

"You are our only hope."


You may submit up to three entries for the contest as long as they are newly written and shaped for the prompt.

Enjoy.

SUBMIT HERE
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(Topic Post) December Tales: Fingers at the ready?

Good morning, Flames and all other interested parties!
Today is the first day of December and the first day of a new series of prompts and writing challenges. Since this is a busy month for many we will offer stand-alone contests each week of December. Your response to this week's prompt should be turned in on Sunday, December 6th by 11:45pm (EST).

In 300 words or less I challenge you to write a tale with the theme

"Move Heaven and Earth"


You may submit up to three entries for the contest as long as they are newly written and shaped for the prompt.

Enjoy.

Submit Here
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November Reading List: Arrivals

Happy NaNoWriMo to those who are crunching the last few words into their 50k. I know our very own cedarwolfsinger surpassed her goal this month; I hope you did too.

Arrivals only had one entry submitted so there will be no voting, but help us share some feedback and support for ayumidah who shared the following story for the prompt. If you have trouble commenting on dreamwidth, comment here and we will direct ayumidah to check out your responses.

Check back tomorrow for the first prompt of December. We are going to bring 2015 to a close with a few weeks of drabble and micro fiction.

 

Title: Home
Author: ayumidah
Word count: 421
Warnings: none
Theme: friendship
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November Reading List: Departures









Good morning, Flames!
Limited response on the 'Departures' prompt, but I'm hoping that means a number of our members are plugging away at that NaNoWriMo goal.

Even though we have a list of two, don't forget to share constructive feedback with our writers so that they may learn what their readers are looking for.

Your reading list awaits:

Title: Fluke
Author: ayumidah
Word Count: 774
Genre: friendship
Warnings: none

Title: Departures
Author: Kathy Boles-Turner
Word Count: less than a zillion
Genre: speculative z-fic
Warnings: Profanity and violent deaths
This piece is reworked from an old story, but it has undergone a complete overhaul.

VOTE HERE