Flash Fiction Challenge: “Christmas In A Strange Place”
First up, last week’s challenge — “The Unexplainable Photo” — is live and worth checking out. Killer stories there. If you’re looking for the next Blackbloom challenge this week — there shan’t be one at present. The last challenge received only tepid response (I think eight total entries), which isn’t enough to sustain the challenge. My hope (assumption?) is that the holidays maybe cut into the Blackbloom stuff, so I’ll try again with the worldbuilding challenge in the new year. Check back in another two weeks. (Which means, the Create-Your-Own-Myth challenge is still open.)
For now, then, it’s all flash fiction challenges, all the way down —
Today’s challenge is simple enough.
The challenge is the phrase, “Christmas in a strange place.”
What does that mean? I dunno. Prison? A distant moon? An underwater base? A WWII submarine? Your call. That’s why it’s a challenge, after all. Oh, except the challenge is heightened:
You’ve got till tomorrow, Christmas Eve, by noon EST, to write.
Not a week, then.
Merely one day.
You have up to 1000 words, as usual. Any genre. Post at your blog, make sure we have a link. By now I expect you know the drill, but there it is, just the same.
One random participant will receive… well, I don’t know what. A holiday gift of sorts.
Now get to writing, my little elves and reindeer.