Wednesday Words #94 (10/12/2016)

Welcome to Wednesday Words!  Every Wednesday I will post some sort of prompt for a flash fiction piece.  The prompt will go live just after midnight Eastern time.

The prompt might be a picture, or it might be a list of things to include in a story, or maybe a phrase or a question or something from a “news of the weird” type thing, or a… who knows?

After that, it’s up to you.  But if you do use the prompt to write a bit of flash fiction (say, 500 words or so) I’d love to see what you came up with, so comment below with a link to where it is on your blog (or on WattPad or wherever).

(And a pingback to the post here where you found the prompt would be appreciated but isn’t necessary.)

Oh, and this isn’t a contest or anything.  It’s just a (hopefully) fun thing for all concerned.

And, hey, if it inspires more than 500 or so words, run with it!

This week’s prompt:

You are alone in the house and you feel something grab your ankle.
(Feel free to change POV.)

And, as always, I’d love to see what you come up with!

 

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5 responses to “Wednesday Words #94 (10/12/2016)

  1. Oooooh! Spooky! I like it.

  2. Hi Paula, I love working with writing prompts, although I haven’t had the time to do much lately. I usually send out a prompt every Wednesday too but life’s getting in the way. I’ll come back when things settle down at home.

  3. Actually, I rather like the idea of taking on second person perspective!

  4. I’ve got a response at inspirationcauldron.blogspot.com, although I’m also going to post it at my Facebook Author Page. 🙂

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