Last week’s challenge: “Eight Random Words.”
It’s time again to choose the setting for this week’s flash fiction challenge! I’ve cobbled together a list — you will pick one from the list and use it as the setting in your story. I’m just making these up — so, for instance, the “Bone Cathedral” is not a thing that has any particular definition to it. You interpret these as you see fit.
The settings are:
“The Bone Cathedral”
“Aisle Nine In The Grocery Store”
“The Venom Club”
“The Tower of Babel”
“Suburban Meth Lab”
“Tiny’s Taco Hut”
Write about it.
You’ve got up to 1000 words.
Post at your online space, then link back here.
Done by June 15th (Friday), noon EST.
58 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: Choose Your Setting”
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First timer! Almost didn’t make it, but here is mine: Escape From The Tower of Babel
haha, buon Italiano nella sua storia, Artistikem. Mi piace!
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As usual, I didn’t get a chance to work on anything during the week, but this was a good prompt to get me working on an idea I’d had and shelved ages ago.
So if anyone’s still checking the comments on this post, I invite you to come enjoy ‘HIgh School Methical’: