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[Fiction] Friday #165

July 23, 2010

Fiction Friday

Pick two established characters, either from your own work or others’. Now write the scene/story of their meeting.

How Fiction Friday works

It’s easy to do.

  • Check this page for this week’s theme or challenge. Prompts are published each month to give you plenty of notice.
  • Spend at least 5 minutes composing something original based on the theme or challenge.
  • But, remember, no editing. This is to inspire creativity not stifle it.
  • On Friday, simply post what you wrote to your own blog..
  • If you utilise social networking, Tweet your story using our hashtag of #fictionfriday AND post it up onto Facebook.
  • Then come back to Write Anything and leave the link in the comment section below.
  • You may also like to Tweet other peoples links from this site as they are posted using the hashtag  #fictionfriday afterwards.
  • To participate further, just go visit some of the other links left by other participants, read what they wrote, and leave a comment. Just be sure that your comment is constructive—this is, after all, a meme to give us all a little writing practice.
  • You may also like to Tweet other peoples links from this site as they are posted – and our hashtag of #fictionfriday

If you’re participating in the Write Anything meme, please leave a link to your entry below. (If you’re not participating, please don’t leave a link. People who aren’t playing will be removed).

Please don’t forget to leave us a comment in addition to leaving a link!

[Fiction] Friday Participants

1. C. Janelle
2. Jason Coggins
3. Adam Byatt
4. Lily Mulholland
5. Annie
6. Terry Haferkamp
7. Mei Yii
8. keiths ramblings
9. Icy Sedgwick
10. Stacey
11. NewToWritingGirl- this one works
12. John Pender
13. Paul
14. Laura Rachel fox
15. Walt
16. Scott
17. Zoraida Cabrera
18. Shelli
19. Kyara Howells

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  1. July 23, 2010 6:03 am

    This was my favorite prompt and brought about my longest Fiction Friday contribution by far.

  2. July 23, 2010 7:23 am

    I was somewhat hesitant about this prompt. A little afraid to approach the task of getting inside another author’s character’s head. Once I found a little inspiration it turned out to be very enjoyable. I ended up having the devil from “Young Goodman Brown” meet Stephen King’s “The Cat from Hell.” The whole idea kinda cracks me up.

  3. July 23, 2010 8:54 am

    I wasn’t very excited about this prompt and almost just passed this week. Then, out of the blue, an idea came and thus a scene was born.

  4. adampb permalink
    July 23, 2010 5:27 pm

    I have really enjoyed reading the back story to a lot of people’s characters; it makes them even more real and makes me want to go and read all of the other stories these characters feature in.

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