A piece of rapid, swift, speedy, quick, hasty, expeditious, and nearly instantaneous Flash fiction

This is a note to tell you that you can read my Flash fiction piece, Lord Stanton’s Horse, on flash500.com.

It won the September contest.

Thank you for your attention. Our regular programming will now continue.

~ by yearzerowriters on November 1, 2010.

6 Responses to “A piece of rapid, swift, speedy, quick, hasty, expeditious, and nearly instantaneous Flash fiction”

  1. You are an exemplory story writer. And this is an example of a well-crafted story whittled down to the essentials. Yet, for it’s brevity, it doesn’t have the sketchy feel of so many flash pieces. The very staging of the piece, along with every word of every sentence, appear carefully chosen to flesh the characters, the setting and the plot with the least effort.

  2. Many thanks, PD. You know, this story practically wrote itself. When I got that idea of the second shot, the rest appeared sentence by sentence, backwards in time.

  3. That’s the best way to do it, when a story writes itself. Well done.

  4. wonderful, Heikki – and SO well done!

  5. Masterful, as always. Not a word out of place.

  6. Cheers, guys – flashing is fun, especially in writing.

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