We had 54 stories this week with one debut. Please welcome Billie Jo Woods to the ranks of Friday Flash. If your story is not in the list don’t despair, simply add it to the Collector and it will show up in next week’s list.
Time is ticking by, and the deadline for submitting to the Best of Friday Flash – Volume Two is fast approaching. So get thou to the submissions guidelines and enter your best Friday Flash of all time for consideration. You have until COB (that’s one of those silly government acronyms I’m prone to using (Close of Business) on June 2 to get it in.
And watch this space for an exciting contest organized by none other than our own Estrella Azul. Thanks again to everyone who helps make Friday Flash a success each and every week. You are all terrific. ~jon
Northern Vampire Tales – The Female Of The Species Part 2 by Sam Adamson @FutureNostalgic ~ Horror ~
Northern Vampire Tales – The Female Of The Species Part 2 *NEW LINK* by Sam Adamson @FutureNostalgic ~ Horror ~
The Nick Of Time (and other abrasions): Smack My Witch Up by Al Bruno III @albruno3 ~ Paranormal ~
In the News
Tony Noland was a guest blogger over at Write Anything, where he talked about creating characters. He said it best: ‘You get the best monsters when you put in the strangest brains.’ Well done, Tony!
Linda Simoni-Wastila’s “Can’t wait”, one of her favorite #fridayflashes, was featured at Monkeybicycle. Congrats, Linda!
Jodi Cleghorn has informed me that “100 Stories for Queensland” and “Nothing But Flowers” are launching on Tuesday, May 17th. In an act that’s been dubbed “Chart Rush for Charity” she’s encouraging everyone to buy their copies of either one or both books on Amazon this coming Tuesday in the hope the books will make it into the top 100 best sellers for the day! Read her more detailed post on the subject here.
John McDonnell’s “The Adventures of Larry The Alien”, the first eighty stories of his web-series, is available since February this year on Smashwords. Congratulations, John!
~ Estrella Azul
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