Flash Fiction Challenge: The Four-Part Story (Part One)


Last week’s challenge: Sub-Genre Blender!

Together, we’re going to write a shedload of four-part stories.

And by we, I mean you.

Here’s how this works:

I want you to write 1/4 of a story — roughly, the beginning of it.

You have 1000 words.

Do not end this story. It is not a complete tale. Just its beginning.

You will post these 1000 words at your blog and link back here in the comments (<– that part is really quite essential this time) so that someone else next week can pick up where you left off in order to continue the story. And we will do this for the entire month of February. (And technically a little bit into March, too, because that’s how the calendar works.) This story is due by next Friday, 2/13, at noon EST.

Doesn’t matter what genre. You have free rein, here.

Just don’t finish the story.

Kay?

Kay.

Get to writing, and see you next week for PART TWO.


216 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: The Four-Part Story (Part One)”

  1. […] Fiction Challenge” put forth by Chuck Wendig. You can see the way this works by visiting http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2015/02/06/flash-fiction-challenge-the-four-part-story-part-one/ (Sorry I don’t know the clever way to make that link more […]

  2. I went back into my archives for stories that I made notes on and then… lost interest in. I figure what better way to give something new life than to possibly hand it off for someone else to nurture?!

    It’s a bit of a murder mystery, or at least has the makings of one….. http://imagination.cjreader.com

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