Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the one hundred and forty-eighth piece in this series. This week’s is the sixteenth bunch of 6-word stories by a variety of authors, together with their 6-word biographies!
by Chong Teck SIM – aspiring Singaporean writer
- Weeping clouds. Rite of passage. Death.
- Two-faced. Devilish grin. Business transaction.
- Grief corrodes; Anger destroys; Misery corrupts.
by Sal Buttaci finds humor in life
- Joy gives sorrow a new face.
- Friendship with God nourishes the soul.
- Two negative acts don’t make positives.
by Mark K – a writer? Trying hard.
- “Go to hell, husband.” “Already there!”
- Night, night. Sleep tight. Don’t die.
- That’s my wife, put her down.
by Awen Thornber, writing witch, fiction fairie
- NaNoWriMo, 29 November, 42k words, no sleep.
- Two crows, injured chick, almost murder.
by Daniel Ribot writes Stalinist vampire romances
- the devil mixes a mean Manhattan
- failed in life, accountant said so
by Michael Ross: short stories / crime novels
- Screaming into the wilderness – pitiful response.
and then three from yours truly… Morgen Bailey, Morgen With an E
- Six-word stories? Really? That’s not possible.
- The light flashed. The burglar screamed.
- Planned NaNoWriMo but did NaNoEdMo instead.
Thank you, everyone.
If you’d like to submit your 6-worders (three per blog post, although you can send as many as you like and I’ll either pick the best ones or if I like most / all of them, schedule ahead) and / or 500-word max. stories for consideration for Flash Fiction Friday take a look here.
- and guest blogs about short stories on this blog: Alberta Ross, Jane Hertenstein, Helen M Hunt, Morgen Bailey, Sarah Grace Logan, Warren Bull.
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