This week, yet another flash fiction challenge from Chuck Wending over at Terrible Minds. This challenge was to randomly generate a title from a list of words and write a story to go along with that title. My words were “Grave Robber” and “Diary”. The Grave Robber’s Diary was the result.
I had a blast completing this challenge, and if you’ve not yet visited Mr. Wendig’s blog, shame on you.
This week, we accompany Jimmy on his usual Thursday trip to the convenience store for a soda and a lottery ticket. Will he win? Find out in our new short, Lucky.
This week, another flash fiction challenge from Chuck Wending over at Terrible Minds. The challenge was to compose a short piece using one of three randomly generated sentences. I chose “The criminal disappeared after the inventor,” and Victorian was the result.
A quick note for any Ripper fanatics out there: I am aware that there were no pubs near Mitre Square. However, I needed a nearby pub to help keep the word count low, so I exercised a bit of artistic license and moved the Black Swan into the area. Please forgive my laziness.
Sedition is a piece I wrote for a Flash Fiction Challenge posted over at Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds. The challenge was to write a story featuring five characters from a list of fifty. My characters were:
- The slothful, unheroic teacher
- The negative rogue
- The weak, tolerant architect
- The friendly musician
- The poised sailor who is considered the best in his/her profession.
I encourage you to give Chuck’s blog a visit, it’s filled with great writing advice from a talented guy.
This week, Free Jack Klugman brings you Birth of a Berserker, a short story from Rokugan, the campaign setting from the Legend of the Five Rings role-playing game.