FFC2018, Prompt

Flash Fiction Challenge: Prompt Ten

The Challenge:
It’s simple – One flash fiction story a week under 1,000 words for 52 weeks. Stories must be under 1,000 words and contain the classic story elements: protagonist, obstacles or complications, and resolution. In essence, a beginning, middle, and end.

Prompt #10:

A vehicle barely avoids hitting a pedestrian because someone else pushes them/removes them from harm’s way. Your character is either the driver, the pedestrian or the savior. . .

02_arrow  Submission deadline: Midnight, Monday, March 5. Pingback your flash fiction or post a link to your submission in the comments section of this post.


View more about the challenge here and don’t forget to enter! Also, please support your fellow participants by reading and commenting on their submissions… we’re all in this together!

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3 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Challenge: Prompt Ten”

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