Fiction in 50: The Best of Intentions

the best of intentions

This is no time for a coffee break – stop chatting and don’t even think about putting those scissors down: I’ll be the laughing stock of the block!  Small lion, my eye – If you think I’m going to stay like this overnight, you’ll have a nice surprise in your shoe tomorrow…

The Bookshelf Gargoyle curates a Fiction in 50 mini-narrative challenge – the current theme is The Best of Intentions! Rack your brains, try your hardest or give it your best – but do sit down and write a piece of short, short fiction, send it in and go and have a peek at the other entries – GargoyleBruce writes wonderful reviews on all sorts of kid lit (big and small) with a cheeky tone guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Wander through the stacks, you are sure to find something you’ll like.

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10 thoughts on “Fiction in 50: The Best of Intentions

  1. Mirada says:

    Oh that IS Good!! I’m thinking I work too hard on these….debating whether to resubscribe for the Alphabet Tour…. you wanna vote?

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    • ideflex says:

      Thank you! I like Fin50 because it lets me be silly… I vote yes for you to get back in gear with the alphabet: I loved those “noir” novelettas filled with dandies and miscreants!

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      • Mirada says:

        Ha ha ha ha–thanks for the morning’s light moment. My only concern is that past readers will identify me by the challenges I do–if they really want to track me down, all they have to do is check your blog and Frizztext’s. As I needed a “change”, I haven’t contacted all my old followers…oh well, I’ll give it a ponder. Are you still doing Two Cents?–I didn’t catch whether there was a new theme up.

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        • ideflex says:

          Yup still doing it – one week left in this weeks’s challenge. Sounds like you’re stuck between dessert and a hard place – go for something sweet and easy and don’t worry about getting back in the game until you feel up to it. Maybe I should come up with a new challenge…

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