Flash Fiction Challenge: A Scary Story, Part Two!


Yeah, you.

*pulls off werewolf mask*

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See in the comments? People have written scary stories — or, rather, the first part of a scary story. Your job now is to continue the tale. Grab one you like and write PART TWO of it —

But once again: do not end it. You are not to conclude the story! But rather, leave it open.

Write part two at your online space, but please make sure in your tale to link to the first part.

Your second chapter is due by Friday, October 21st, noon EST.

Length should be ~1000 words.


50 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: A Scary Story, Part Two!”

  1. Hello. I wrote the beginning of my scary story, entitled Scary Story, just the beginning, and published it on my blog last Thursday 13 Oct, but don’t see it here. I have re-pubished it on my wordpress.com account just now. I will still write a second section to one of the scary story’s in the comments, if you don’t mind. Thanks.

  2. Here’s what I did to Jemima Petts’ Part 1: http://priscillaking.blogspot.com/2016/10/terribleminds-writing-challenge-part-2.html .

    I’m looking forward to what Mozelle does with my Grim Reaper character, and to what somebody with drug-taking experience finds stalking Mozelle’s Gwen character through her nightmares ( http://youcantgoback-andotherimpossibilities.blogspot.com.au/2016/10/the-bubble-part-one-of-four.html ).

    It’s been fun; thanks for letting me play! Now I have a lot of book reviews to finish and a science article to write…

  3. I chose the story by Rebecca Douglass, Witching Weather. It’s a complete story, but it can be continued; that’s the same approach I chose. I switched perspectives for my story and tried some new things.

    Rebecca’s Part 1, “Witching Weather”, is here: http://www.ninjalibrarian.com/2016/10/friday-flash-witching-weather.html

    And my Part 2, that I’ve of course titled “More Witching Weather”, is here: https://medium.com/@VicenteLRuiz/more-witching-weather-342a0e424f72#.gmkq9ltlw

    Hope you enjoy it.

    • I really enjoyed your story, thanks for picking it up. I really enjoyed all the extra details that you added in and it’s nice that you where able to add to the Aussie flavor of the story. I didn’t really think until after I had posted it that the style I had used would make it a challenge, but I think you did a wonderful job even though I didn’t make it easy. Do you mind if I copy and past your part into my post?

      • I’m glad you like it. I’m happy for you to copy and paste 🙂 I don’t think I made it easy for the next person either…

  4. So, I, too, enjoyed Runner Skye’s part 1 immensely and followed it up with my own part 2 right here: http://wp.me/p29Hv8-II. Looking forward to reading all the others, and am wondering how a story will end when it has more than one part 2. But I leave it in someone else’s capable hands.

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