5 Fantastic Flash Fictions

Originally published 14/01/2018

If you’ve been hanging around here for any length of time, you’ll know that I sometimes post links to other blogs which have featured particularly useful, enjoyable and insightful posts on fiction writing.

This week, I’ve decided to do it slightly differently and post links to five original flash fictions penned by my fellow bloggers. Of course, if you search WordPress for tags like ‘flash fiction’ or ‘microfiction’, you’ll know there are hundreds of such posts out there. What follows, therefore, is just a selection of some that I have particularly enjoyed over the last week.

And so, without further ado and in no particular order:

The Nosy Neighbor by E.A. Wicklund

Dreams on Parade by Brent Patterson

Letter Home by Trent P. McDonald

Alone by Writing Nic

I Would Do Anything For Them by Heather Gonzalez

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3 Comments on “5 Fantastic Flash Fictions”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing ‘Alone’ by me. I haven’t written any flash fiction in a long time. You’ve motivated me to start again. Thank you very much 🙂

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