To #writecampaign friends, visit back tomorrow for my #writecampaign challenge entry!
I’ve been in love with flash fiction for a while, and it has culminated in the collection A to Z Stories of Life and Death.
But I admire my fellow-writers and am always in search of good advice, so today, for Monday Writing, we have writing advice from J.C. Martin. She is an author querying her first novel, and her short stories hand and flash fiction have been published in various journals and anthologies.
From here on, I’ll pass the mike to my honored guest, so take it away, J.C.!
When Damyanti asked me to do a guest post on writing flash fiction, I was super-flattered. Me, posting advice on writing flash fiction, on the blog of the Dame of Flash herself? You can imagine I had my work cut out for me.
Joanna, you're welcome…JC is brilliant.
Susanna, the campiagner challenge is flash-fiction..thanks for stopping by!
Matthew, thanks for the follow :). following you right back!
JC, thanks for being so generous with your time on this post…you're awesome-sauce!
Susanna – Yes, the campaign challenges are brilliant practice grounds for your flash fiction! Thanks for stopping by!
Matthew – Welcome to amloki, and thank you for your kind words — they're making me blush! 🙂
First of all: I'm a new follower here, so it's nice to meet you, Damyanti!
Now, I love J.C. and I think she makes several great points about flash fiction. Thanks for featuring her here today.
As I know next to nothing about flash fiction, this was very interesting! It reminds me a little of the Campaigner Challenges which are really fun!
*writing this article, that is! But yes, I thoroughly enjoy writing in general, too! 🙂
Thank you for stopping by, JoAnna! And I'm glad you found it useful!
Also, another big thanks to Damyanti for having me over! I thoroughly enjoyed writing!
I enjoyed this article on writing flash fiction! Very helpful! Thankyou for posting it.