SUNDAY WRITING PROMPT: Can you finish this story in under 1000 words?


This week's writing prompt is from author Cheryl Rainfield:

I stumbled back, my legs trembling. I knew I shouldn't have opened the door.


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Can you finish this as a flash fiction story in under 1000 words? Does this prompt inspire you to write more? Whatever you write -- if you publish your story on your own blog do come back and leave your link here, so we can come and pay you a visit and read your response to this prompt!

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5 comments:

  1. I'll give you a shout if I can come up with something....though I'm sure I can, lol!

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  2. I'm sure you can,too, Dottie :) Good luck! Can't wait!

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  3. Here's my response Sassy!

    http://myblog2point0.blogspot.com/2011/07/monday-morning-flash-fiction-challenge_04.html

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  4. Fantastic! Just in time for my morning coffee :)  Thank you for playing! Popping over now!

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  5. Wow, Dottie, very creative! I love how we can each have a writing prompt or an idea and approach it from different directions, make the story our own!

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