If you’re after a quick read — and when I say quick, I mean it’ll take you approximately 15 seconds — then I’ve just had a new flash fiction story published on ChristopherFielden.com.
This story, There’s Something About Anne, could also be classed as microfiction. It comes in at 81 words and is part of Christopher Fielden’s 81Words Writing Challenge. He’s aiming to set a world record for the most authors published in an anthology. His intention is to publish 1,000 81-word short stories all by different contributing authors, so if you have a flash fiction piece of your own that you can dust off and edit down to 81 words — go ahead and submit!
The challenge is in support of the Arkbound Foundation, a charity that aims to widen access to literature and improve diversity within the media industry.
My story, There’s Something About Anne, is Story 341 and can be read here.
Be sure to check out Story 272, 323, 326, 328, 330 and 338. These are all stories from my writers’ group, Rushmoor Writers. We’re trying to get all of us in there!
Next week: a one-off blog on the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia