To ease myself back into writing everyday for 365 days, I’m in search of a good flash fiction prompt site. I just finished up a rather large and stressful project at work (literally – the show site launched today), and we’re currently iced-in until at least Friday here in the ATL. My brain needs a bit of a refresher before heading back into my two WIP, clear out the cobwebs
I’ve been trying to write on the two pieces I have up at BookCountry, so I’ve been remiss with keeping up with my Flash Fiction. So when I saw the amazing Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) tweet a reminder that his Flash Fiction Challenge was due on Friday at noon, I had to jump on it. What’s the challenge this week, you ask? Just this picture: My contribution is below the fold.
I’m a slacker, as many of you are completely familiar with. But I’ve been trying to get back into not only the habit of writing, but to get better at writing outside of my comfort level. Flash Fiction is one of those things that seem to be allowing me to get off my butt and write, but also gives me an outlet to give some styles, plots and time periods
And sometimes you’re the bug. 4456 words, and we’re into Day 4. I’m behind. Dammit. On the plus side, last night’s derailment from writing came down to paying work, so I can feel a little better that at least it was worthwhile being distracted from writing.But, I’m back on the wagon this evening, I swear. Want to egg me on? Add me as a NanoWriMo Buddy!
A stressed-out day of work and meetings. Well, I wouldn’t really call work my “True Love”, but work with me here, people. There’s a reason we call it “Meeting Monday” around here… Today’s the first day of National Novel Writing Month, and I’m already behind because I needed to get to sleep before midnight last night. I had such grand plans for redesigning this site to be more about writing