Chris was energized. The smell. The feel of tingling muscles. The sweat. “Was it good for you?” he asked with a sated grin.
“Oh, of course it was. The chance of you dropping this barbell on me leaves me all atwitter.” She wondered if the testosterone was clogging his synapses.
This is the Hot Flash for March. The upper limit for this one is 50 words, and this Hot Flash comes in on the money. Can you flash the word energized in only 50 words?
Get your flashes together. This is the last month of the quarter. All of the words are on the Flash in the Pan page. Click the FTP link under the header to get all of the words and see some of the amazing imagination which goes into these anthologies.
There are two writers who will only be in the book because they are not bloggers. You do not have to have a blog to participate. If you would like to email your flashes, click on the “Ask Momma” button under About Momma and send your entry to the SIB. Just follow the directions about length and format (especially the part which says no formatting).
If you do not already have your free copy of the first edition of Flash in the Pan… why not? See why this genre is addicting for both readers and authors. Many of the authors in these books were dead set against even reading flash fiction. Now, they are died in the wool readers and writers.
Have you ever been a spotter for someone? Was it rewarding? Do muscle heads get a bad name appropriately or unfairly?
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