Flash fictions are stories that pride themselves on being short, really short. Providing it has a beginning, middle and an end, even a sentence can tell a story. A typical example is this one by Augusto Monterroso:
Here at the Book Club, we wanted to make storytelling fun. Each week, we’ll be rolling our set of Rory’s Story Cubes (storytelling picture dice) and giving you 3 random items. It’s your job to string them into a tiny story of 30 to 50 words. The story can be funny, serious or completely random: as simple as someone going downstairs to get a drink of water or an epic about two warring planets. Anything you like providing it includes all 3 things and has a beginning, middle and end. You must use the dice rolls for that particular week (no going back and using previous ones) and of course, you also need to keep the HOL rules in mind at all times.When he woke up, the Dinosaur was still there
You’ll earn 15 beans per story so start sharpening those quills!