30 Days of Micro-Fiction – Prompt 30 of 30

Wednesday 30 September 2020

Prompt 30 – Congratulations, you did it! If you have been taking part since day one you have already written at least 29 new short-stories.

The Final Challenge: Choose any one of the stories you have written this month and expand it to either ‘Sudden’ or ‘Flash’ fiction length (750 – 1000 words).

As always you may choose to just use the picture as inspiration for a short story of your own.

DS Coremans, Forever Distracted By Life

Write Either:

Six Word Story: (6 words)
Follow me on Facebook and share your six word stories there along with the hashtag #FoDiByLi

Twitterature (280 characters)
Follow me on Twitter and share your Twitterature there along with these tags: (@DSCoremans 258 Characters #FoDiByLi = 280 characters total)

Dribble to Drabble (50 – 100 words)

Sudden to Flash Fiction (750 – 1000 words)
Share any and all of your work in the comments below and remember to follow Forever Distracted By Life to see all posts and prompts shared during 30 Days of Micro-Fiction.

Author’s Note: Fans of #FoDiByLi, you have filled me with joy this month by interacting and engaging with my writing prompts across the myriad of social media profiles I have been sharing these prompts on.
Alas my own participation in ’30 Days of Micro-Fiction’ fell by the wayside as life at home got a little too distracting. My responsibility to the family members I care for must always come first and after a second emergency hospital visit for my main charge, and ongoing chemotherapy treatment which my father has been stoically going through the household and need of my time became too much to pair with daily writing.

I really enjoyed seeing through a month of writing prompts though, and to see others engage and best of all leave their own work behind has given me so to be happy for.

I am working on continuing with daily prompts going forwards, but will be taking most of October to plan and develop the next stage of #FoDiByli.

My thanks to everyone who has taken part this month, and to those who have liked and shared my posts as well. It fills me with pride to be able to engage with so many creative people and talented writers through my own creative endeavours and has been a wonderful project to trial as part of the site’s ongoing development.

Happy Writing. Stay Safe. Stay Distracted.

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