To understand how FFWriMo, or Flash Fiction Writing Month, works, read this. It’s not complicated.
Tip of the Day
If you’re blocked, try something else. If you normally use your computer, try pen and paper. If you normally write in your office, try writing at the kitchen table. If you normally write with black text on a white background, try white text on a blue background.
You get the idea. Mix things up a bit.
Remember, the prompt is just that – a prompt, a hint, a suggestion. Where you take it is a whole other adventure. Happy adventuring!
Have one of your characters travel to an unfamiliar place.
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Are you ready? Get set! Get writing!
And when you’re done, come back and leave a permalink to your story/excerpt/whatever if you posted it to your blog. And make sure you let us know how writing went for you.
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- FFWriMo Day 11 – Flash Fiction Writing Prompt
- FFWriMo Day 15 – Flash Fiction Writing Prompt
- FFWriMo Day 12 – Flash Fiction Writing Prompt
- FFWriMo Day 13 – Flash Fiction Writing Prompt
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