Shadows Sunday – Flash Fiction Challenge

This is just a reminder that there is still another week left to participate in this flash fiction challenge.

The theme is shadows. Your story can be up to 1000 words and be written in any genre you wish but must somehow contain the theme of shadows. Anyone is welcome to join in. Just post a link to your story in the comments section so we know where to go looking for it. The deadline is June 18th. Have fun and I look forward to reading them.


About Billie Jo Schinnerer

Born and raised on the edge of the Helderberg Escarpment in eastern New York. Formerly a teacher. Moved to the North West area of England in 2003. Now a mother of three who doesn’t really know what she wants to be when she grows up.
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6 Responses to Shadows Sunday – Flash Fiction Challenge

  1. knot2share says:

    I am glad you made it bi-weekly! Thank you for that. I need to work on this too. And I loved the June backwards challenge. Great idea! Loved reading your entry. I need to get my normal story telling in good shape before I can think of the other…but surely interesting to think about. Keep well and hope you had a good time off.

    • I think everyone is happier with the change to a bi-weekly challenge. The Backwards Challenge was fun but a true challenge because I actually had to think about telling the story instead of just letting it tell itself. And yes, I had a great time off, thank you!

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