Fiction in 50 March Challenge: A Tiny, Beautiful Thing…

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Hey there fiction fanciers! It’s time for the March edition of Fiction in 50 – the writing challenge that asks you to create a fantastic, fleeting bit of fictional writing in 50 words or less.  Click on the picture for more info about how to participate.  This month’s prompt is:

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And here is the linky for this month just waiting for your entries.  You can also add your link in the comments if you prefer.

So my entry this month is based on a true story, that I have seen unfold over the past six months or so from my perch on the shelf. I have titled it…

What We Thought Was Lost Forever

Her eyes snapped open in response to the silence, already searching for the digital clock display.  5.42am.  Bolting upright in panic, her eyes took in the steady rise and fall of the cot blanket.

Falling back onto the pillow, she breathed out, counting her blessings.

One: a full night’s sleep.

So there you have it…and did you notice? No dialogue this time!  Take THAT  derogatory inner critic! 😀

We’d love to see more new mini-fic-fans joining us, so have a go or tell your friends and lets bring tiny writing to the masses.  For those who just love to be prepared, next month’s prompt is…

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Until next time,

Bruce


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11 thoughts on “Fiction in 50 March Challenge: A Tiny, Beautiful Thing…

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  3. One of these days I’ll join in this challenge – but only if I’ve already finished my Friday 1000 word challenge!

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