Last week’s challenge: The Game Of Aspects, Redux
Get your d10.
Go to your random number generator.
It’s time to pick from five categories. All five! DO IT DO IT NOW.
This time, I’ll give you 2,000 words.
Post at your blog or online space.
Link back here.
Due by next Friday, March 8th, noon EST.
- Weird West
- Epic Fantasy
- Monster (Vampire, Werewolf, etc.) Erotica
- Southern Gothic
- Time Travel
- Space Opera
- Psychological Thriller
- Sci-Fi Satire
- The Rainforest
- An Opium Den
- The Zoo
- Center of the Earth
- Inside Someone’s Mind
- The Devil’s Palace
- An Art Museum
- On A Form Of Public Transportation (Bus, Plane, Taxi, Etc.)
- The Villain’s Lair
- A Popular Nightclub on Friday Night
- Haunted by Guilt!
- Love Triangle!
- Ecological Disaster!
- A Difficult Choice!
- Political Maneuvering!
- A Ticking Clock!
- Temptation Versus Virtue!
Aspect To Include
- A mysterious locket
- A rare bird
- A bad dream
- A lever-action rifle
- A forbidden book
- A treasure map
- A piece of undiscovered technology
- A monkey
- A severed hand
- A small town
- Chaos always trumps order
- Love will save the day
- Love will fuck everything up
- Vanity is man’s downfall
- Nature is man’s greatest enemy
- Man’s greatest enemy is himself
- Sex is power
- Never make a deal with the devil
- Mankind’s imperative is to discover
- Innocence can never be regained
90 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: Super-Ultra-Mega Game Of Aspects”
Just finished! Better late than never, right..?
The Devil’s Palace
A Severed Hand
Vanity Is Man’s Downfall
Hope you enjoy.
Not So Average Joe – http://iwishiwasabook.com/writing/not_so_average_joe.htm
Um, late and over the word count, but that’s how I roll.
*the Devil’s Palace
*Man’s greatest enemy is himself
Woah boy this was not easy. But the result is appropriately bizarre and bloody. http://booksishouldhavereadalongtimeago.tumblr.com/post/44871568667/more-writing-challenge-space-devil
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