Tuesday, December 07, 2021
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Creative Writing

Fiction Monday – 48

Hello writers! Welcome to another edition of Fiction Monday! Sorry for the delay in putting up this week’s post.

“If you want to see a rainbow you have to learn to see the rain.” 

Paulo Coelho

Stories From The Forty-seventh Edition

There is always a way by Suzana
The Week That Was by Vinitha

Thank you for showing up every week, Suzana!

Fiction Monday

The idea is simple – to write fiction. On Mondays, I will post the prompt here. There will be a word prompt and a picture prompt. You have one week to respond with a story. You can choose to include both the prompts in your story or just one prompt – the choice is yours.

The expected word count is between 50 and 500. From the nineteenth edition onwards I am offering something different for fiction Monday. You are also welcome to offer your poetry and non-fiction musings along with fictional pieces if that’s your preferred area. The whole idea is to write. But we will continue to call this #FictionMonday because why not!

You have time till June 3rd, Saturday, 2021.

Don’t forget to add the link to your story in the comments below. I will share your creations here along with the prompts for the forty-ninth edition on Monday the 5th of May.

Word Prompt– HEART

Picture Prompt –

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*If you use the picture prompt, please give proper credit to the picture in your post.

Fiction Monday
Fiction Monday
Vinitha
Vinitha

An IT Professional, an author, an accidental blogger, a lover of words and a recent self-care addict. I love stringing words together, which I lovingly call a poem. You can read my affair with words at Void Thoughts(http://thevoidthoughts.com) and Reflections..(https://www.vinithadileep.com)

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