Flash Fiction Challenge: Yes I Know It’s Sunday Not Friday Shut Up
(Sorry folks — was without Internet for a couple-few days. We’re back on now, though.)
I’ll make this challenge easy, by which I mean, easy for me. Difficult for you.
I want you to write a story in the form of social media.
Meaning, I want your 1000 words to take the form of:
Twitter, Facebook, a blog post, Instagram, something, anything online.
Meaning, you will tell a fictional story using social media as the framing. You will post this at your blog or other online space, formatted accordingly — it’ll be due by next Friday, 2/5 at noon EST. Any genre will do. Be sure to link back here so we can all see what you wrote.
Now go do.
[EDIT: due to some confusion over the challenge, let me add a bit to clarify — what I mean is, you know how an epistolary work is fiction in the form of a letter to someone or some other document? Assume this to be a digital social media epistolary form. Your story should be written as if it takes place on social media — though, even e-mail could work. It is a fictional construct, a narrative that assumes the form of something other than straight prose. ]