Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #48

FFFCWelcome to “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.” Each week I will be posting a photo I grab off the internet and challenge bloggers to write a flash fiction piece or poem inspired by the photo. There are no style or word limits.

The image below is from Victoria_Borodinova at Pixabay.D46DAD2D-245C-40A1-B994-36DEEB1D1215For the visually challenged writer, the image is a drawing of an artist’s desk with a wood human body model and a desk lamp shining down on a pencil sketch of a superhero. Other sketches are pinned to a bulletin board. There is a full coffee cup on the left side of the desk and a plant on the right.

If this week’s image inspires you and you wish to participate, please write your post, use the tag #FFFC, and link back to this post. I hope it will generate some great posts.

Thanks to all of you who have participated in these challenges so far. Your posts have been very creative. Please take a few minutes to read the other responses to this photo challenge.

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13 thoughts on “Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #48

  1. aguycalledbloke January 6, 2020 / 10:01 am

    I love the image you have for this Fand and combined with the Creative, nice combo 🙂

    How’s the ear now, l did email you with a GL, but it probably hit the spam wall. Hope one week on everything’s much better.

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    • Fandango January 6, 2020 / 8:03 pm

      The ear is okay, Rory. Thanks for asking. Unfortunately, the mass that the doc successfully removed ate one of the small bones in my middle ear, so I still can’t hear out of it. It will take another operation in six months to implant a prosthetic bone. Hopefully that will restore my hearing.

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      • aguycalledbloke January 7, 2020 / 9:12 am

        Damn, that sounds not good at all Fandango, and l am sorry to read this .. is there a lot of pain with it?


    • Fandango January 8, 2020 / 8:58 am

      Non-fiction works well, too. The picture inspired you to write, and that’s what counts.


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