Flash Fiction Challenge: Random Title!

Last week’s challenge: 100-Word Stories.

Once again: the title challenge rears its gorgeously weird head.

I love this challenge and it usually get a lot of play, so let’s do it.

Way this works is: you’re gonna randomly throw together a title for your story.

Use a d20 or a random number generator to consult the table at the bottom of the document to roll for a story’s title. It’s a two-part title (meaning, two random numbers 1-20) and whatever title you get must fit the story you write for it. (Examples: “The Dead Boy’s Doghouse,” “Shotgun Promise,” “A Key For Helix.”)

You’ll have 1000 words, par usual. Post at your blog, link back here. Due in one week — June 6th, Friday — by noon EST. And so, the title tables are (note that you’re free to put the word “The” in front of your title or pluralize words as appropriate):

Column One

  1. Whispered
  2. Mirror
  3. Junkie’s
  4. Amaranthine
  5. Diamond
  6. Shotgun
  7. Labyrinthine
  8. Bloody
  9. Seven-Year
  10. Crown of
  11. Starship
  12. Betrayer’s
  13. Scarlett
  14. Ugly
  15. Unlucky
  16. Dead Boy’s
  17. A Key for
  18. Grave Robber’s
  19. Castle
  20. Cackling

 Column Two

  1. Murders
  2. Worlds
  3. Helix
  4. Beetle
  5. Dowager
  6. Gunslingers
  7. Firestorm
  8. Promise
  9. Sea
  10. Kevin
  11. Doghouse
  12. Pelican
  13. Breakfast
  14. Curse
  15. Coinpurse
  16. Rider
  17. Bastards
  18. Diary
  19. Souls
  20. Jackals


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