Well, this one’s a doozy.
(If you want to skip the song and dance, click here to go right to the prompt.)
I feel like I might have said that last month, too. But that’s the nature of these Flash Fiction Draw writing prompts: they’re as random as the categories I picked for them in the first place.
Here’s the story (or stories) so far. The items that have already been used for previous prompts are grayed out:
|2||Science Fiction||Restaurant kitchen||Key|
|3||Fairy Tale||Studio apartment in a big city||Hairbrush|
|4||Horror||Auditorium||Length of rope|
|5||Mystery||Sewer||Pendant and necklace|
|6||Thriller||Highway tollbooth||Potted plant|
|7||Comedy||Farm field||Tablet computer|
|8||Fantasy||Pawn shop||Fountain pen|
|9||Ghost Story||Marsh||Decorative pillow|
|10||Suspense||Tulip field||Vacuum cleaner|
|J||Crime Caper||Trunk of a car||Bouquet of roses|
|Q||Action/Adventure||Toolshed / Utility closet||A stray sock|
|K||Historical Fiction||Shopping mall||Suitcase|
And the prompt:
- an action/adventure…
- in a restaurant kitchen…
- with a stray sock.
So, your mission, if you choose to accept it: write a 1,000-word (max) flash fiction piece and post it online by Monday, April 12, and let me know! Drop a link in the comments below, send me an email, tweet it at me—you can try telepathy, but lots of people will tell you I’m not very sensitive. (You see what I did there, of course, because you probably are sensitive.)