Flash Fiction Challenge: Eight Random Words

Last week’s challenge: One Random Sentence (winner will be picked later this afternoon).

On a bit of a random kick, so let’s go with that, again.

This time, I give you eight random words:









And you must choose four of these and incorporate them into a piece of flash fiction no more than 1000 words long, posted at your blog or online space by Friday, June 8th, at noon.

Post links here so we can all read.

Get to writing.

36 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: Eight Random Words”

  1. […] Wordcount: 338 Rating/Warnings: PG Summary: It’s the first day of Camp NaNoWriMo and I was looking for something to jumpstart the muses… We only had to use four of the eight words, but I got a tad carried away. Written for the Terrible Minds Flash Fiction Challenge: Eight Random Words. […]

  2. […] My friend, Melanie Cole, has a flash fiction feature on her blog, called Five Sentence Fiction Friday (there definitely is an alliterative meme running – you’ll see). She bases her flash fiction on prompts from Lillie McFerrin Writes. Literary magazine, book publisher and writing workshop Lit Reactor posts a flash fiction contest on their blog every Wednesday that is based on William Wallace Cook’s Plotto: The Master Book of All Plots. The winner each week receives a copy of the book. And while I’m tempted to use any prompts that will actually get me writing, I’m most inspired by Chuck Wendig and his Friday Flash Fiction Challenge. […]

Speak Your Mind, Word-Nerds

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: