Flash Fiction Challenge | Money Can’t Buy

flash_fiction_challenge_250x250Earlier this week, I wrote a post about how you can turn flash fiction into money. Today, I’m giving you a prompt to practice writing some flash fiction. And since I won’t be paying anyone for their contributions, the prompt for this flash fiction challenge is “money can’t buy.”

It doesn’t matter if you claim to be a writer or not, if you are curious about flash fiction, please take a few minutes and write up a 100 word story. It’ll be good for your brain.

The rules are simple. Write a piece of flash fiction that includes the phrase “money can’t buy”. Aim for 100 words or less. Post your entry, or a link to your entry if you have your own blog, in the comments below. There’s no end date on this challenge.

If you do have your own blog, be sure to link back to this post so your readers can read the other submissions as well. Feel free to use the image above as a link if you know how to do that.

That’s it. Have fun. I can’t wait to see your submissions!

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5 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge | Money Can’t Buy

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  3. It was snowing. Barely freezing but cold enough. Driving was difficult. Snow blanketed a hidden coat of ice from earlier in the day. Suddenly a four-wheeler pulled out in front of me. Slamming the breaks, I suddenly realized the things I valued most were all things money can’t buy. What I care about is people. Things are created to be used. People aren’t – and that included the dude stupid enough to pull out in front of me on a snowy road. At least he didn’t live long enough to regret it. But I still do.

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