Tuesday, 27 May 2014
Paragraph Planet Flash Competitions
Paragraph Planet, the flash fiction website asks for tales of (exactly) 75 words long. The pieces cover various topics including penpals, Julie Andrews, dragons and graveyards, and written by a mix of published authors, aspiring writers and occasional scribblers.
You can get involved by submitting your entry to Paragraph Planet. This site thrives on variety - what you write is up to you. It might be a moment captured, it could be an intriguing section of a novel in progress, or it might be a short, short story. The choice is yours. Remember, though it does have to be exactly 75 words long including the title. A different story being featured on the home page each day.
Click here to find out more.
There is also an iphone version of the site - click here for further details.
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