Sorry about the cliffhanger last time. It might happen again.
And so begins the chaotic finale. Rough drafts, etc., you know the drill. Have fun!
Next, everything goes wrong.
I missed my post for Friday, but I have it here for you anyway. Chuck Wendig’s Flash Fic challenge for the week was a five sentence story, laid out in this fashion:
Sentence 1: Beginning / Inciting Incident
Sentence 2: Middle
Sentence 3: Middle peak, act turn or pivot
Sentence 4: Climactic turn or twist
Sentence 5: Resolution
Also, it isn’t supposed to be more than 100 words. Here’s my schoolwork-addled attempt.
I’ve got more for you.
Closing in on the last material I have…
Do you still like Miska? I have plenty more to share. But I admit that we’re getting close to the end of the material I was able to finish before classes began this semester. I’ll have to find something new to share with you soon!
This week’s new flash fiction challenge from Chuck Wendig is to write a story inspired by the seven deadly sins. I chose randomly, and ended up with Pride. Solid, fun stuff.
It’s the same setting as one of my recent experiments, the one set in a flooded Florida, but focuses on Latour instead of Pat and Pat. Enjoy!
Immediately after the fight…