Flash Fiction Challenge: Five Random Sentences

Posted: May 8, 2013 in Fiction, Flash Fiction Challenge
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This week’s challenge was to use one of five randomly generated sentences (all of which were just this side of a Mad-Hatter’s tea party, in my opinion) at some point in the story. I chose “The portrait cat sneakily gestured at everyone” and thus wrote “Hands” (see below).

Before I get to that though, you might notice that all of the FFC pieces prior to this week’s have disappeared from the site. Never fear, faithful reader! I’ve simply taken them down as part of the process of bundling them together for the ebook. I’ve finished a draft of one short story, still plugging away at “Cave Canem”, and have begun the process of producing the art for the cover, so right now it looks like everything is on track for a release of “Half-Mad Rantings: Spring 2013” somewhere around late June for the Solstice. And then, sometime just before the Autumnal Equinox, this process will play out again for “Half-Mad Rantings: Summer 2013”, et cetera.

So, without further ado, “Hands”:

 Edit: This story has been removed – look for it collected with more of my work in ebook format! 🙂

  1. Jemima Pett says:

    I tracked back after your teleportation post 05/30. How strange – I also got the Portrait Cat! Maybe something is calling me into your world :O

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