Monday’s One-Minute Fiction: Week of January 29

Rise and shine! I know. You’re bummed that it’s Monday already. (Where did the weekend go?) But I’ve got a challenge to motivate you out of that warm bed and get your mind moving fast this early morning. 😉

Monday’s One-Minute Fiction challenges you to write a complete micro-fiction piece in, you guessed it, one minute, no more, no less, based on the prompt provided! Of course, you can come back to edit for grammar & spelling, but the story itself must be written in a minute.

Do you follow Song Lyric Sunday on This Thing Call Life One Word At A Time? For the month of January, I’m taking a little inspiration from Helen’s lovely challenge. This Sunday’s theme was “goodbye/farewell.” In keeping with that theme, today’s prompt seems appropriate for the times, given current events in the news and especially in Hollywood…

won’t take no for an answer…

Now it’s time for the rules. I don’t have many, because we all know rules are no fun, but here are the basic logistics for each challenge:

  • Write your story in one minute. (Use a stop watch to keep yourself honest. 😉 )
  • Post it to your blog and tag it #1MinFiction.
  • Link it back to this prompt post.

I’m also partnering with Marquessa at Simply Marquessa to bring you #1MinFiction and her challenge, #LyricalFictionFriday. Be sure to stop by her blog this Friday for more fun prompts (and to build an awesome playlist too! 😉 )

Now, let’s get writing, shall we? And…

Ready . . .

Set . . .

Write!

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5 thoughts on “Monday’s One-Minute Fiction: Week of January 29

  1. Reblogged this on Simply Marquessa and commented:
    It’s One Minute Fiction time again! Now some would say that the prompt “Won’t take no for an answer” could be quite fitting in recent times…So let’s do this! Get your pens ready! I have a scene in mind but will again spend time after my One Minute to polish it up!
    Please participate directly on Lovely Curses. Comments will be turned off on this post.

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