February 15, 2016 by Felicia Hf
He sat beside the corpse, crying, after he shot him.
*Six words were not enough this time round..”
Category: Ten Word Story
| Tags: 10 word story, 10 words, fiction, Flash Fiction, imagination, inspiration, short fiction, short story, Ten Word Story, ten words, writing
The biggest thing with these types of stories is having the reader wanting more. That is exactly what you did. As soon as I read it, millions of questions popped in my head. Why did he shoot him? How are they related to one another? Great job!
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Thank you! I love how these types of stories look so simple on the outside, but there’s a whole lot more to it than just that second that is captured by the couple of words.
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