Monday, April 30, 2018

2018 A to Z Flash Fiction - Tiny Tales

My A to Z Challenge: Flash fiction written using two words and a photo for inspiration. How did I chose the words? First I brought up a noun list for each letter, then averted my eyes, scrolled the mouse down, stopped and double-clicked. That was the word! The second word was chosen the same way but from a dictionary list of words.

As in my first A to Z challenge, I then searched sites like Pixabay.com, Unsplash.com and Morguefile.com for photos to spark some inspiration. I found some good ones - I know they are good when I look at them and the opening sentence to the story comes immediately to mind.


I hope you will take a couple of minutes and read some of thee Tiny Tales, created just for your reading pleasure. Click any photo to be taken to the related story - A through Z!





























5 comments:

  1. I like how you've done a synopsis of your posts for the challenge. Not just complete, but visiallu pleasing, too. Congratulations on finishing the challenge!

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    1. Thanks, John. Just wish I could get rid of the extra white space the image map left. Blogger can be challenging!

      I really enjoyed this and it put the spark back in my writing. But still plan on taking a couple months off to read before tackling my next book.

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  2. Can't wait to see what you come up with to spark your imagination next year. Congrats on getting through the challenge. It's been fun.

    Pulp Paper & Pigment-My Fiber Art Blog

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    1. Thanks, Linda. I am so not crafty-creative but really enjoyed your blog and will continue to follow it.

      Next year? Hmmmm...LOL!

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  3. Congratulations on doing double duty! I really enjoyed your tiny tales, Donna! Love how you selected the words. Sewage and Salt still sticks with me....

    There is a shout out to you in my reflections.

    Emily In Ecuador | Puerto Lopez, Ecuador A to Z Summary and Reflections

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