Winter Flash Fiction Due 11/28


Nightmare Month wraps up with on Friday with an excellent and appropriately creepy piece of flash from M.R. Mathias.

Next up is an open prompt in November, for which all of the spots are filled, I am happy to report.

So now it is time to cast our eyes toward December, a month when winter's chill rears its head. When merriment is juxtaposed with the quiet peacefulness of a snow-covered wood.

What does winter mean to you?

The deadline for winter flash fiction submissions is November 28. Remember, 1,000 words or less. Send them to Put "Flash Fiction Fridays" in the subject line and include a short bio and purchase links with your story. Also, please remember to sign up to follow Bibliophilic Blather, so we can build our online writing community.

I look forward to reading your work.



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