Flash Fiction learning that the heart of writing is imagination + craft + editing.
These are the Twitter (#vss) stories that caught my eye mainly over the past 7 days. Click on the image or name if you want to visit the story site. Or on the date stamp to go direct to the story.
She'd always admired fine craftsmen, like old-school tailors and luthiers. That's why she preferred knives; guns felt like a chain store.Tue Aug 10 02:20:36 via TweetDeckmurderballadsmurderballads
She wanted to talk about things that mattered. He was hesitant but horny. I'm all ears, he said. She paused and said, That might be problem.Wed Aug 11 18:58:29 via SeesmicArjun Basuarjunbasu
She tore the last chapters from his books and seeded his cereal with kitty litter. He would never call her merely passive aggressive again.Thu Aug 12 14:11:51 via Twitter for iPhoneTT3tdoanVSS
It helped ease her heartbreak when she thought that if her life was made a movie years from now, he'd be credited as "man in red car". #vssThu Aug 12 14:50:35 via Twitter for BlackBerry®WJ Shaibwjshaib
Amy’s contribution to Thanksgiving dinner at her parents’ house was a photograph she had taken of a flock of wild turkeys. #vssMon Aug 16 01:11:08 via webKathykjmonson
Welcome and thanks for dropping in. I'll pop by yours by and by. This blog was inspired by First 50 words where you freewrite from a single word prompt. I use random words or images to create flash fiction in formats ranging from twitter postcards to short short stories.