“Aw, look at this one.”
Marie points at a bunny rabbit. Their twitchy noses are kind of sweet, but I don’t want a bunny rabbit.
This is the beginning of my story
Cats and Dogs – you can read the whole thing here on FlashFlood. I’ve only read a handful of stories so far. Anyone else got one on there today? Pop me a link in the comments if you do.
If you missed out on the FlashFlood, there’s another opportunity to get a story published at
the Write-In, too.
Welcome to Week 227 of
Three Line Tales.
photo by Claudio Schwarz via Unsplash
You’ll find full guidelines on the
TLT page – here’s the tl;dr:
Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt (& give them a title if possible).
Link back to this post (& check the link shows up under the weekly post).
Tag your post with
3LineTales (so everyone can find you in the Reader). Read and comment on other TLT participants’ lines.
FlashFlood is open for submissions again, but only until 23.59 (BST) on Wednesday 24th June. So I suppose I’ll have to carve out some writing time even though I’m still on holiday. I hope many of you will submit, too.
find the guidelines here.
A new version of my story
All About Patience was published on FlashFlood early this morning. I made a few changes, so it’s not quite the same as the version I posted in February.
FlashFlood Journal is going to unleash a flood of flash fiction for National Flash Fiction Day on 27 June. They are open for
submissions now, but only until 15 April – so send them something fast.
They accept previously published pieces, so anyone who participates in
Mondays Finish the Story, Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers and/or Friday Fictioneers should have plenty of material.
Edit: Would help if I could read, wouldn’t it? According to the FlashFlood submissions page, the stories will be published on 17 April, not on 27 June.