7 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Friday 121: No Fun in the Snow by Chris Farley

  1. Jane Risdon says:

    Absolutely fab! I loved this story; it is just what I enjoy. The ending is superb too. I adore cliff hangers and that edge of the seat moment when you think you know what is going to happen and then…well, it doesn’t, and something else does. My kind of story. Great writing and pace and involvement of the reader is all encompassing – well, it was for me. Congrats Chris. Thanks Morgen, you scored again. 🙂


  2. Christopher Farley says:

    Thank you Jane! I really enjoyed writing it too,; it flowed out fairly easily. I’m really over the moon you enjoyed it.

    The other day I looked at the 3 ‘novels’ I’ve started over the last 4 years…and then closed the files. Am I destined to write Flash forever?

    I hope you are felling better after the first op.

    p.s. Sleep of the innocent? Hmm, I vaguely remember such a thing 🙂


    • Jane Risdon says:

      Chris, don’t worry about books started and never finished (yet), we all know about that. I have lots of partially completed novels, stories and little notes about all sorts of ideas to be worked on later. You will go back to them I am sure. If you can do FF you can write a full novel or short story. I write a little of everything and don’t worry about it at all. I have been working on Ms Birdsong Investigates for about 3 years now….another novel I am co-writing has been with the other author with my parts completed over a year ago…she is still trying to complete contracts and work on our book too. So don’t give up. We all have this happen. I am sure Morgen and the other writers here will tell you the same. Safe trips back and forth. Hope weather perks up for you. 🙂


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