Microfiction challenge Spring: the entries

Sorry about the delay in posting this round up, and for the brief comments. Once the migraine cleared up we lost internet for two days. Just got it back this morning. Our internet provider, a household name here for fridges, washing machines etc has decided that internet is not really its thing and is stopping service shortly. It seemed like a good idea at the time, backing a small company rather than one of the big boys, but unfortunately it hasn’t worked out very well. Darty are going to stick to what they sell best, fridges and washing machines, and we are going to have to look for another provider before they accidentally shut everybody down again.

Here are the stories, which I enjoyed very much.



Lady Lee

Microfiction challenge #14: Spring โ€“ ladyleemanila


Microfiction: Spring – Darcy


Brita in the spring โ€“ Phylor’s Blog


She Waits: Microfiction | Yesterday and today: Merril’s historical musings


Maiden of the Tides | rivrvlogr


Postcard Fiction: What She Saw, Part 2 | method two madness




I’ll post a new prompt shortly, when I’ve caught up with my messages ๐Ÿ™‚

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

14 thoughts on “Microfiction challenge Spring: the entries”

  1. Hey Jane, maybe the internet wishes you to rest, don’t take those migraines lightly. I was without internet too. So couldn’t post last week; it’s ok to just relax sometimes. Take care.

    1. I thought I’d be able to get a lot of writing done instead, but realised just how much I rely on the internet for information and dictionaries. Time away from it is good though ๐Ÿ™‚

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