It’s been a month since there was a Chuck Wendig Flash Fiction Challenge, but one popped up on Friday, so here I am, back again. The challenge this week is Things Fall Apart, The Center Cannot Hold. Good old Yeats. He’s always so optimistic! Anyway, I wrote an equally optimistic story to go with that prompt. I hope you like it, even though the atmosphere is a little grim. It’s 835 words and is called “Center”. Please to enjoy.
This week’s Chuck Wendig Flash Fiction Challenge is pretty self-explanatory: Write About A Tree. 1,000 words, just do something concerning a tree in some way. I thought about it, then realized I had written a story a couple of months ago called The Wind That Wasn’t that was about trees. I decided to do a companion piece to that story. It’s a sort of prequel. I hope you like it. Read the other one, too. They’re both pretty good, I think. Please to enjoy, and let me know what you think in the comments, if you are so led.