Now’s the time to share your fiction based on the November Prompt:
Art Credit: Meaghan McIsaac
You must have a Substack page
Your fiction MUST be written to the prompt in the previous post.
Your fiction must not exceed 1,000 words.
We will only read Substack or view-only Google Doc links, in other words…
This thread is for LINKS ONLY*
Post by 11:59 Eastern time Sunday, November 19, 2023
You read, like, and share the stories you loved this month.
We read and pick some awesome stories to share on this Substack on the last Thursday of the month!
*Note: Please use this thread for links and likes only—share your comments with the writers on their Substack page!
I guess Halloween still has its grasp on me. This was a good break from NaNoWriMo. https://open.substack.com/pub/vuphan/p/euthanasia?r=2r7yk8&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
Here is my entry! This was so much fun. https://thingsnoonecaresaboutbutme.substack.com/p/pig-a-palooza
Hello fellow Fictioneers,
In response to November’s Great Substack Prompt Celebration I have handcrafted a story using only the finest artisan words from the English language (USA version) and placed them in such an order that it would take a monkey pounding away randomly on a vintage Olivetti three and a half years to duplicate. Maybe four. A pig, on the other hand, using a fully sharpened Blackwing 602 pencil on the back of a used Howard Johnson’s place mat, could do it in a couple of hours. And that is why I named my story, Pig. Thank you to Nicole and Heather for the idea and thanks, once again, for all the cats. And now that this intro is longer than the actual story, I present to you - Pig:
My first writing prompt! It was fun! Let me know what you think!
The prompt inspired me to write a fable! Here it is: https://open.substack.com/pub/ffsilva/p/the-wandering-pig-and-the-anchored?utm_source=share&utm_medium=android&r=c5xj9
Not crazy about this one, but I did my best.