Spring’s half gone, school’s out, so are you ready for another flash fiction challenge? Mystery Dawg, Gerald So and I have come up with a new one.
Here’s the idea: incorporate the following sentence into a flash story of around 750 words.
“With gas prices rising, their plans had to change.”
OR for those who prefer first person: "With gas prices rising, our plans had to change."
OR the bit ominous, "With gas prices rising, your plans had to change." (Thanks, Peter)
Anything you can do with that sentence as a part of your story is fair game. The line doesn’t have to be the central idea of the story. Or it can be. Whatever you want.
Mystery Dawg will post stories for those without blogs at Powder Burn Flash (http://powderburnflash.blogspot.com/).
Gerald and I will post links to any blogs with stories on our blogs on June 15th.
If you think you’re in, let us know by commenting.
We’re looking at an end date of June 15th
Hope to see you then.