Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Flash Fiction: Boogie Fear
Flash fiction teaches the writer brevity. It trains them to seek and destroy all unnecessary words.
Don’t for a minute think that writing flash fiction is easy. It is unforgiving. There’s little time for character development. It relies on story, a punchy beginning, and a pow ending.
Boogie Fear was accepted for publication way back in February. I’ve been itching for it to reach the public eye. At last it has, and, because it’s online, I can share it with my blogging friends. If you wish, you can register and vote for your favourite stories as well. I’d love to know what you think.
Have you tried any flash fiction?