Welcome to FlashLinks where writers may post links to flash fiction tutorials or story posting sites they find useful to their writing. Post links in the REPLY box giving the complete URL from your browser. Please add a line or two about it and why you like it.  I will condense these and repost to this section with your name


6 thoughts on “FlashLinks”

  1. Beginning writers will find Ann Linquist Writes and You Can Too a nurturing place to further develop their writing skills. This was my first online writing hangout and I still participate there: http://annlinquist.com/

  2. Flash Fiction Chronicles maintains a Resources page containing craft articles (Do you know what authorial intrusion is? Or how about the importance of opening sentences—according to Stephen King?) suggested writing books, articles on flash fiction, and more.


  3. One site I really like is Everyday Fiction. Each morning a new story is posted. Length 1000 words or less. I find a variety of subjects and genres. The aspect I really like are the comments/critiques of each story. I have learned a lot from what others say.


    • And today’s story – YOUR story to exact – nothing less than a gem! And I second that about EDF and learning so much from the commentators including you. Great stuff Jeff!

  4. How important is each word to you, to your story? To one writer they are sacred:


  5. Here is another gem from Flash Fiction Chronicles. While the focus is on writing a story for an effective podcast, what is presented applies directly to writing short fiction:


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