April 20: Flash Fiction Challenge

This week I had the honour of writing a guest post and flash fiction prompt at the Carrot Ranch. I was writing around in circles.
If you haven’t already popped over to see, I’d be thrilled if you did!
Here is a taster and link.

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April 20The prairies that American pioneers crossed in the mid-1800s must have looked like oceans of grass. The vistas were like that of being at sea with no civilization in sight. At night, wagon trains circled the wagons to contain their livestock, share a meal in fellowship and sleep in the safety of community. Here at Carrot Ranch we have a community of helping hands and now a circling of wagons. That I’m not lost on the prairie is a comfort while I gather my bearings from the unexpected in life. This is an amazing community that I’m proud to share the trail with.

We also had a contest recently at Carrot Ranch and just today announced the winners. I’d like to thank Norah Colvin, Geoff Le Pard, Pat Cummings and Sarah Brentyn for their capable judging and commitment to time. It was not an easy ranch duty! We have…

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13 thoughts on “April 20: Flash Fiction Challenge

  1. Pingback: April 27: Flash Fiction Challenge « Carrot Ranch Communications

    1. Norah Post author

      My pleasure, Charli. Thank you for the opportunity. I’m pleased some of your regular readers and participants have hung around with a novice in the saddle!

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  2. thecontentedcrafter

    You did a fantastic job there stepping in for Charli Norah and the flash fiction prompt is already showing some interesting stories in the comments – I usually wander over and read them all when Charli puts them up at the end. I am delighted to see this community in action – it is simply wonderful!

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    1. Norah Post author

      Thank you, Paula. I am pleased to be part of such a supportive community. I feel terribly out of my depth in writing the post though. So far it’s got a good response – thankfully it’s a community of wonderful people. 🙂

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