Saturday, July 26, 2008

July FFC: Thanks for participating

And here are the stories:

The Day After Independence Day by L.J. Janik.

L. J. gives us a glimpse of the lengths some people go to make the holidays a success.

In Dependence Day by Bunnygirl.

Bunnygirl asks: isn't it time to start celebrating our dependence on each other? in a piece set in the world of Steal Tomorrow.

Stay tuned for next month's FFC right here on this blog.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

July Flash Fiction Carnival

Hello again!

This is Glenn D'mello, your host for the July Flash Fiction Carnival.

If you're new to the Flash Fiction Carnivals, please see the FAQ and read Virginia's introductory post and the sidebar.

The theme for this month's carnival is:

You have from Wed, Jul 2nd, through the end of Sat, Jul 19th, to finish your stories.

All genres and all writers are welcome.
To participate in the July FFC:

  • Write a 500-1000 word flash story based on the theme: Holiday.

  • Post it on your blog.

  • Put a comment here, with a link to your story. Add a short bio or note.Leave your email address.(See the March FFC announcement for why an email address is needed).

  • If you do not have a blog, send me your story and I will post it here.

  • Read and comment on the stories after they have been posted, which should be in the order that they are received.

That's it really. Sharpen your pencils and start writing.
And thanks for playing!