Flash Face Off Prompts (w/c 18 May 2020)

 

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THIS WEEK’S PROMPTS:

The two opposing themes for this week’s Flash Face Off are: BEFORE vs AFTER

Use the prompts below and/or the theme to write – in any way that inspires you.

Pick a side. (Or write about both!)

Pick an image and/or a quote, or more than one, or a mix of the bunch.

It is tooootally up to you, so long as your writing has some kind of connection to this week’s themes and is no longer than 500 words.

You have until midday Friday 18th May to think, write, and post up your story to our Flash Face Off forums.

PLEASE make good use of these workshopping forums to offer feedback to others, receive feedback on your own story, and tweak/edit as much as you like. This really is the absolute best way to develop your writing (and it’s a really nice way to be part of your writing community).

We’ll be picking a handful of stories to be read on our live Flash Face Off online event at 9pm on the 22nd May so will get in touch with authors on Friday to sort out logistics.

And that’s it! Enough preamble. Roll out the prompts!

(Image source)

(Image source: The Aftermath of Glastonbury 2019)

(image source: Arisa Chattasa)

(Portraits of soldiers before, during, and after deployment – Lalage Snow)

(Image source)

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
― Anne Frank

“These woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.”
― Robert Frost, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

“Après moi, le déluge.” (After me comes the flood.) (sourc )

“Whatever happens, they say afterwards, it must have been fate. People are always a little confused about this, as they are in the case of miracles. When someone is saved from certain death by a strange concatenation of circumstances, they say that’s a miracle. But of course if someone is killed by a freak chain of events – the oil spilled just there, the safety fence broken just there – that must also be a miracle. Just because it’s not nice doesn’t mean it’s not miraculous.”
― Terry Pratchett, Interesting Times

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