We’re starting 2016 with a new writing task. As always everyone, regardless of the proficiency level is welcome to participate.
Task for November/December 2015:
Write a flash fiction story about an argument between a mother and a daughter. Your word limit is 200.
Flash fiction is mini-fiction — very short stories in different genres, with a word limit.
In this post we’ll be publishing short stories inspired by a writing contest. The rules were simple: don’t write more that 190 words and begin the story with the words “Sasha wished he/she had remembered to bring his phone”.
Story by Błażej Zmyślony (2d).
There were two lovers who lived in a small town. They had some family problems so they both went away to the mountains so that they could spend some time with each other in peace.
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