So, my first microfiction challenge and I’m already late. Sorry about that, but I’ve a list of excuses as long as your arm (mine’s too short). I hope the next one won’t be quite so shambolic and it will do you all justice.
Here are the links to your stories. As with the poetry challenge, there were as many different viewpoints as there were writers. Proof positive, if any were needed, that you are all unique in your creative imagination as well as in everything else.
Many of you were trying out fiction writing for the first time, and I’m proud that you decided to take the plunge for this challenge.
Sarah is a case in point
Michael is an old hand.
This one’s from Phylor’s blog. Shout out your real name if it isn’t Phylor!
Ken’s first time too
Ms 10000 hours left. Sorry I don’t know your name. And don’t say it’s Louise!
Carole, who is another poet branching out
Hugh a real proper author
MariJo a first timer on my blog, and very welcome
Nice to hear from Bill whose writing I admire
Sri turning her hand to fiction for the first time
First update, a pingback failure from Geoff slips in under the wire (sort of). Off to read it now.
This was a great experiment and a challenge for me too. Time has been too short to add to the comments I left on your blogs, but I was very impressed with the response and so pleased that poets are having a go at prose too. In short fiction, there are a lot of similarities of approach. Bravo everybody! There’s a new picture prompt tomorrow. I have a few lined up, just can’t decide which to plump for. Find out tomorrow.