Chris Mills's (aka cam 8510) Writing Challenge: Post Links to your story here.
WRITING CHALLENGE: I've written an article called "Five Steps to Writing a Solid Flash Fiction Story." The challenge is issued at the end of the hub. When participants finish and post their stories, post the link here with all the information you want to go with it.
Here is the link to the original article and challenge (copy and paste to browser)-- http://hub.me/ajJpS
Write a 1,000 (or fewer) word story using the following prompts:
Location: Coffee Shop,
Object: A Walking Cane
Hello Chris, look up alancaster149.hubpages.com/hub/STORYLINE-19-The-Case-of-the-Beulah-Cane - it's on the right-hand side on the Challenge page anyway. Enjoy the read.
Here is alancaster's entry into the challenge: http://alancaster149.hubpages.com/hub/S … eulah-Cane
Hey Chris, here's my response to your writing challenge:
Hi Chris, here is my entry "The Waterville Way": http://jodah.hubpages.com/hub/The-Water … lenge?done
Just finished my entry - http://hub.me/ajJsj
I do hope it measures up to the some of the other fine stories that I am reading as a response to this challenge.
It seems like most of HP has been rather stale lately. I hope we can perk things up!
Well you done challenged me into action. I had so much fun I think I will do it again and again and.....
http://ericdierker.hubpages.com/hub/Now … t-16578164
Here's my link to my response:
http://annart.hubpages.com/hub/CATCH THE COFFEE: Flash Fiction Drama; Response to a Challenge from Chris Mills
Ann, you need to redo the link. It leads to a dead end 410 page. Sorry.
Works fine now and Ann created a great response, Chris.
Yes I tried the link too..says "Page Doesn't Exist"
I emailed Ann. I still can't get in. How'd you do that, Randy? Just awesome or what?
Here's the link to Ann's response:
http://annart.hubpages.com/hub/COLOURS- … t-16580888
Try this link (the shortened version) http://hub.me/ajLy7
It seems no longer possible to just copy and paste the hub URL any more; why is that (along the top of the hub page)?
Hope this works! I'm useless with the techy bits!
That works, Ann, plus I have it on my page as well along with all the others. . I still use the long URL when building links and have had no problems. Strange. I'm glad we have your story up and running.
Thanks for letting me know and for putting that on your page too; glad it worked.
Here's my link Chris:
It took me a while because I wasn't sure about it. It is less than 1,000 words but I felt something might be missing. Probably because it had to be less than 1,000, I never say less when I can say more
Hi Chris here is my flash fiction story as i promised. It amazes me where it has taken me.
http://nadinemay.hubpages.com/hub/Coffe … ction-Tale
Hi Chris - This is my first flash fiction, and I had trouble with the back stories. i guess the first one can have flaws, right?. Thanks for the opportunity to participate.
http://brakel2.hubpages.com/hub/Hunting … hris-Mills
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