Last week’s challenge: Last Lines First.
This random plot scenario generator cracks me up.
And it also comes up with some pretty good narrative seedlings, to my surprise.
So! This week, we’re using it.
Go click the link.
Conjure a random plot scenario.
Use said plot scenario as the basis for your flash fiction challenge this week. You have, as always, up to 1000 words. Post on your space, link back here. Due by Friday, July 26th. (And as a note: please do not post entire stories in the comment sections. I delete those.)
Now click, think, and write.
106 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: The Plot Scenario Generator”
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Greetings. I’m excited to join your Flash Fiction adventure. I had fun with the plot points the generator spat out for me. The title of my piece is: TAKE BACK ATTACK
Sneaking this one in last minute
An interesting story today. I present How You Met My Mother at: http://wp.me/p31vkg-5W
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I got the following:
The story starts when your protagonist goes on a blind date.
Another character is a golf pro who is psychic.
Here’s my little story, at about 740 words.
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My entry is here: http://textbookpillow.wordpress.com/2013/07/24/the-most-beautiful-girl-in-the-room-or-she-was-beautiful-hooded/
My plot generator was: “The story starts when your protagonist is abducted. Another character is a model who believes your protagonist has wronged him/her.” It was awesome.
I got the following prompt:
The story starts when your protagonist is told by a parent that everything has been a lie.
Another character is a mind reader who is interfering with your protagonist’s job.
Here’s my entry: http://jeezuswords.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/what-if-they-had-been-just-blue/
Let’s see how this goes.
The plot I got was:
The story starts when your protagonist is forced into a car at gunpoint.
Another character is an artist who is deeply involved in the occult
My first flash fiction challenge, maybe not a big hit, but it was fun to write again!!
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