Prompt: Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

Write a flash fiction work of your own. It can be genre-specific and should include at least one well-developed character, a moment of conflict to introduce the story, and a compelling plot device. It should also include a coherent story structure, including an effective beginning, middle, and end. It must be 350–500 words.

Post yours in the comments below.

The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction: Tips from Editors, Teachers, and Writers in the Field

P.S. There are no prizes.

About the author:T.L. Hicks

Tracie Hicks is a Speculative Fiction. You can read her work at Coffee House Writers, where she is an editor. Tracie has an Associate of Arts degree in Communications from UoPX. Bachelor and Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing (focused on fiction and screenwriting) from SNHU. She wrapped up her education with an MFA in Creative Writing from SNHU. She is working on two books and one short story collection. You can read her work at tlhicks.me

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