Thursday, February 09, 2006

flashing in the gutters

i think i could get addicted to flash fiction. there's something very cathartic about writing a story, emailing it, and having it somewhat ready for viewing all in a matter of hours. that's good therapy!! not as good as those pink pills with the red flecks, but good.


tribe
recently started a flash fiction blog called flashing in the gutters

where he was kind enough to post my second flash fiction attempt:

sincerely

my first flash fiction is at kelly parra's fictional musings

both have a lot of great stories posted and are open to submissions.

11 comments:

Shesawriter said...

I'll have to check your story out. I've never written Flash Fiction, but it sounds like fun.

Tanya

Kelly Parra said...

Great one, Anne! I tried to comment there but I guess my browsers too old. =D

anne frasier said...

tanya, i could become obsessed with flash fiction. must be careful....

thanks, kelly!

jason evans said...

*whispers*

Give in to the dark side, Anne. Give in.

Tribe said...

Kelly, what problem did you have leaving a comment?

Kelly Parra said...

I don't know, Tribe, I could write in the comment box, but unable to type in name, URL, email. As if there was no boxes there for my mouse to click on. But I do have an oldie browser. ugh. One of these days, I hope to afford a new mac!

Tribe said...

That's strange....trust me though, it isn't the result of any form of retribution on my part!!!

Jeff said...

I like the flash fiction. :)

anne frasier said...

jason, it's already happened i'm afraid! :D

jeff, thanks. i hope i don't get addicted. can't get addicted. but what a difference from a novel where the germ of an idea to being read is about 2 years. this was probably 6 hours. it's mind-boggling.

emeraldcite said...

Very nice. I feel a sort of affinity for Harry.

After reading his revised list, I wonder what he's going to do to the cat...

Rob Gregory Browne said...

I liked the story, Anne. Quite... strange. In a good way. :)