Flash Fiction Challenge: 200 Words At A Time, Part 4

First round is right here.

Second round is right here.

Third round: boom, right here.

And we’re back.

This experiment has been kinda totally awesome so far.

This is the second to last part. Only one more round to go after this…

The rules are simple:

Look through the 600-word entries from last week (round three, linked above).

Pick one.

Add another 200 words to the story.

(Easiest way forward is to copy the chosen 600 words to your own blog, then add the next 200. Don’t forget to link to your unfinished 800-word story in the comments. Someone may want to continue the tale next week, for part four.)

You do not need to have participated in the earlier rounds to participate in this one.

Try to continue a story in which you have not yet participated.

Do not finish the story. This is a five-part fiction experiment: we’ll end the year with several 1000-word stories, each built out of 200-word chunks by you guys. This is a collaborative game. It is Whisper Down the Lane. It is Telephone. It should be very interesting by the end. One hopes.

You’ve got one week.

Due by Friday, December 20th, noon EST.

Join the narrative chain, won’t you?

158 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: 200 Words At A Time, Part 4”

  1. Because others have done such a good job capturing the connections.

    The first 200 words were contributed by Joe at: http://joebrewing.wordpress.com/

    The second 200 words were composed by Morag Donnachie at: http://confusinmusing.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/well-i-did-it.html

    The third 200 words were written by Jeremiah Boydstun: http://jeremiahboydstun.com/2013/12/13/200-words-round-iii-121313/

    You can find my entry here: http://erinmjustice.com/2013/12/19/flash-fiction-challenge-the-veteran/

  2. It has been a helluva week people and I was going to try to whip a continuation out this morning…but find myself swimming (and sinking) in this legion of comments. Anybody got one they know hasn’t been done that they were hoping to see continued quickly?

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