Flash Fiction Friday II

Yay! Flash Fiction Friday! I’ve been waiting all week — how about you?

The rules can be found here: Flash Fiction Friday Rules.

Today’s prompt is in the form of a phrase. You can incorporate or interpret this any way you please. I’m VERY interested to see what you come up with:

“When she gets hungry, she must be fed or she gets cranky. Don’t worry, she didn’t eat the moon. She ate half my burrito.”

Have fun!

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Flash Fiction Friday I

Flash Fiction Friday

Yep, it’s Friday, and it’s a Flash Fiction Friday.

The Rules:

1.  500 words or less.

2. Inspiration in the form of a quote, phrase, word, or photo can be found here every week. You can incorporate the prompt in your piece, or not. It’s meant more as a jumping off place than anything else. Suggestions for future prompts/inspiration are always welcome via email or comment.

3. Post your story on your site, and leave a link in the comments here.  If you wish, grab a copy of the badge (designed by the oh-so-fabulous Lala — you should really hire her for your graphic design, the woman is a goddess) and display it on your post. I will visit and read each and every one.

4. Check back in Monday to see my recommended submission sites.

At some point, we may offer contests, prizes, and glory. Until then, we’ll offer fun, information, and support — so let’s play!

Fridays’ Prompt:

Two Southern girls are sitting on the front porch in the sultry summer afternoon, sipping on lemonade. What are they talking about? Are they friends, sisters, lovers? What do they see?

Now go, write! But most of all….HAVE FUN.[ad#fffww-badge]

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