Can you guess what my miniature story on ‘140 Story’ could be about?
I have just entered a writing competition. I would really appreciate it (if you have time of course) to have a look at my short story ‘Alive’.
‘Alive’ is actually a book idea of mine in which I have started writing. I wrote it as a short story first, but now I am planning to mould it into a full novel within the next few years.
‘Alive’ is a fantasy, horror and suspense story that follows Sarah, whose life has been turned upside down after she crashes her car into a lake.
“For nearly a year now I have been living a lie. My husband Jack and my two daughters Lucy and Sam believe that I am dead.”
It would be great to know what you think of it. Please read ‘Alive’ and please give it a heart and vote on the site, here’s the link for ‘Alive’ on the Inkitt’s Horror Writing Contest: http://www.inkitt.com/stories/8215
Well what can I say? I quite enjoy writing a 140 character story. So here’s my second which was published onto Miniature Story – 140story’s Facebook and Twitter pages at: http://www.facebook.com/miniaturestories
“I’m fascinated by birds. I follow them everywhere, on the streets, in the woods, and in their homes. It’s best at night when they’re alone.”
Any thoughts on this one?
Do have a go yourself, visit: http://www.miniaturestory.org/
I submitted a 140 character story to Miniature Stories/140story today. To my surprise mine was selected and published onto their site.
“Living a new life unnoticed, journeying undetected. Without a sound, without a voice, without a touch, watch over your loved ones.”
What do you think my story is about?
Do check out their site and have a go yourself. It’s a fun challenge. Visit 140 story at http://www.miniaturestory.org/
My short 350 word story ‘The Metaphorical Truth?’ has been featured on Maurice Tudor’s BookShelf Short story page.
Check out the page here – http://mauricetudor.com/short_story.htm
The site is for any BookShelf member. So check it out, join the site and then have a go yourself.
Here’s the BookShelf site – http://mauricetudorbookstore.wordpress.com/