*pulls off werewolf mask*
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.
GO FORTH AND BE SCARY.
50 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: A Scary Story, Part Two!”
I picked up Skye’s story because I really liked it. Although, I took a weird turn on it 🙂
Part One Link: http://runnerskye.ca/flash-fiction-challenge-scary-story-part-1/
Part Two Link (me): https://jackleetaylor.com/2016/10/14/flash-fiction-challenge-a-scary-story-part-two/
So exciting to have you take what I started in such a different direction. I like what you did with it and hope someone finishes it up!!
I like what you did with story, it was an enjoyable twist.
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.
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…
Here’s my part 1 also – hope it’s not too late! https://sugarandmice.wordpress.com/2016/10/15/a-scary-story-part-1/
I picked up Nate F’s untitled piece and ran with it. Read it here:
Wow. That’s a terrific second act! I love it. I can’t wait to find out what’s in the trunk!
I have finished this story!
Here’s part three: https://medium.com/@VicenteLRuiz/confrontation-103780bd31d1#.labmg82oi
Okay… I included a link to Priscilla King’s first part so you all can read hers first… then mine. 😀
Splendidly scary! Thank you, Mozette!
I did part II of Shana Horn’s excellent story.
Link to part one: http://slwhshorts.blogspot.com/2016/10/part-1.html
My part two: https://cheesywriterblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/17/collaborative-story-horror-part-ii/
I really enjoy where you went with this.
I (also, just noticed the first comment lol) wrote the Part 2 for Skye’s short story. I hope that it sets someone up for a nice (scary) Part 3.
Skye’s Part 1: http://runnerskye.ca/flash-fiction-challenge-scary-story-part-1/
My Part 2: http://roktyping.blogspot.kr/2016/10/scary-story-part-2.html
Oooh! I love what you did with this!
Thank you, Skye! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
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 extended the awesomely scary clown story that Pavowski started last week. I can’t wait to see how this one ends!
This is desperately in need of a part 3. Thanks Nate!
Thanks! I agree. Can’t wait to see what happens. I have no idea..ahhhhh!
I saw Chris Chamber’s first act (which you can find here – http://chambone.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/flash-fiction-challenge.html?zx=9eb9b0fbee14fda0 ) and loved how gross and brash it was. I think I left enough for someone to conclude next week, but here my second act that I rather enjoyed writing.
Well done, follow East-Midlands Wendig-er! Got to admit, had a satisfying belly-laugh when I read ‘brick shit house’…
I’ve joined in for part two. I found this difficult, but then again I always find the middle difficult. I hope someone picks it up for part three.
Part one: http://www.cre8tivelife.net/flash-fiction/a-scary-story-part-one
My Part two: http://kira.jessup.co/?p=599
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…
Great twist! I really enjoyed this story (so far).
Okay… I love this one. It’s good’n’creepy. I’ll write the third part to it. 😀
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I chose to continue the haunted house story Matthew Gomez started last week (https://mxgomez.wordpress.com/2016/10/11/what-lurks-in-shadows-part-i/). Here is my part 2: http://runnerskye.ca/flash-fiction-challenge-scary-story-part-2/
Your link takes to a membership and log-in area. Could you please put in another link showing us the part II of a story?
I wrote part 2 of Rosemary Carlson’s story, the Dark Fairy. Enjoy!
I wrote part two of Sertysh’s story, had so much fun with this, that it was had to force myself to stop. Wish I had that problem with my novel.
whoops forgot to post the link for part one https://hikelylads.wordpress.com/author/sertysh/
Is it okay if I copy and paste your beginning on my blog?
Thanks for picking up my fat man in a toilet. He was getting quite lonely in there. Enjoyed the humour and the horror. I don’t have kids, but I’m guessing this is what it feels like watching them grow up… maybe?
I just posted part III of the FAT MAN IN A TOILET saga. I’m now scared and want someone to come save me.
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So I took this part one: https://cheesywriterblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/14/stranger-at-the-table/
And added a bit less than 1k to it: https://mxgomez.wordpress.com/2016/10/20/stranger-at-table-part-ii/
This is so cool and appropriately eerie. So surprised where you went with it.
Hey, I appreciate the set up, and its been a minute since I did anything horror-ish.
I like this story so much that I’m going to make it my mission to lead it down a new dark and twisted path.
Awww, that warms the black pit of my heart. 🙂
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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I picked up Martin’s story because nobody else seemed to have chosen it.
Part 1: http://mywrite.martinperlin.com/2016/10/flash-fiction-challenge-scary-story.html
Part 2: https://sugarandmice.wordpress.com/2016/10/21/a-scary-story-part-2/
I hope these links get you to the right place on my blog now Mozette. Thanks for your interest.
Thanks to Chris Chambers and Sertyish for your first and second parts of the story that I have completed. I really enjoyed doing so! Thanks aso to Chuck for the challenge, it was inspiring.
Here are ALL the links to the scary story I finished:
Thanks guys, I really enjoyed this challenge.