FFfAW Week of 3/18/2015

Welcome to the fifth challenge for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers! These challenges are to help us improve our writing, but first and foremost, it is for us to have FUN.

Thank you everyone for being the reason this challenge is a success. I appreciate your participation and I hope you will keep coming back with your stories!

If you are a new participant to Flash Fiction to Aspiring Writers, WELCOME! We are happy you are here and hope you feel comfortable participating.

A special thank you to the established and professional writers who have joined our flash fiction group to participate and/or to be our mentors.

Please indicate on your post IF YOU DO NOT WANT CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK.

*** PLEASE NOTE *** IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE AN INLINKZ BUTTON ON YOUR POST, LET ME KNOW AND I WILL EMAIL YOU THE CODE THAT YOU CAN COPY AND PASTE TO THE HTML SIDE OF YOUR POST (The button will show up on the front side).

Thank you to pixabay.com for their “free to use” photograph, for this week’s prompt

*The InLinkz link-up will be open at 12:00 pm EST (NYC), Tuesday, 03/17 (5:00 pm London time).

*The InLinkz link-up will close at 5:00 pm EST (NYC), Tuesday, 03/24 (10:00 pm London time).


* WRITE * PLAY * HAVE FUN *

 

(The following information will continue to be posted for any new people joining the group).

Guide for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers:

1. Each Tuesday, a prompt photo will be provided for you as a base for your story. (Please attach this photo to your story when you post/publish them).

2. If the photo prompt has not been credited to the photographer on the photo, please give them credit on your post.

3. This challenge will run Wednesday to Wednesday. (Linking times are Tuesday to Tuesday). Time line will be at the bottom of this post. (Please do not wait until the last minute to post your story or others may not get a chance to read it).

4. Story word limits will be 100 – 150 words (give or take 25 words). Please try to stay within this limit. (Please make a note of the number of words used somewhere on your post).

5. Please TAG your posts with “Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers.” This step is important for other bloggers to find our stories in the Reader.

6. Add your story’s link to the InLinkz using the blue froggy button located on this post.

Pre Linking Instructions:

Once you have written and published your story to your blog, tap on the blue (froggy) button, located on this post, or any participants’ post with a “blue froggy button.” (This is the easiest way to link and this option is free).

Linking Instructions:

1) Click on the blue Froggy button.

2) Click on the small blue button that says, “Add your Link”.

3) First box is for your story post’s url.

4) Second box is for the name of your story and blog (up to 50 characters).

5) Third box is for your WordPress email address (only I will see that).

6) Click “Done” on the bottom of that screen.

7) Click on the button that says, “Take me back to the Link Up”. (You should now be able to see your story in the story grid). (See #8)

8) *Optional: At this point you can click on the space of your story icon and choose to download your gravatar there by selecting “add image” from the list on the left of the screen, then follow the directions.

You also have the option to sign up for InLinkz and be able to have the froggy button on your post as well. (If you would like to have a blue button on your post, I will be happy to email you the code to copy and paste to the html side of your post). Having a blue button on your post gives more people the opportunity to read all the stories in the Grid (or give other participants the ability to link their stories from your froggy button). (This option is also free unless you opt to extend your subscription).

Linking Timeline:

Linking will open 12:00 pm EST (NYC time), Tuesday, 03/17/2015 (London time = 5:00 pm)

Linking will close 5:00 pm EST (NYC time), Tuesday, 3/24/2015 (London time = 10:00 pm)

 

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24 thoughts on “FFfAW Week of 3/18/2015

  1. […] readers! This post is a response to the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (March 18th, 2015), hosted by Priceless Joy of BEAUTIFUL WORDS. It is 159 words, and once again, I have used two […]

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  2. Hi! What a small world! :)… I found your site while I was scouring for a new challenge of weekly writing prompts… And alas, the liker of the story I wrote! 😉 I’m exhausted now after my contribution, but Thanks for doing this… It’s always nice to have good prompts to write off… and this was a really cool picture! 🙂

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