Weekend Writing: A Horrific Love Story

Copyright L. N. Holmes (LeeAnn Adams)
Copyright L. N. Holmes (LeeAnn Adams)

If you’re easily frightened like I am, then you can only tolerate so much horror. But even if you are a horror genre fan, finding new ways to entertain is important. So that’s why I am proposing a mash up of genres in celebration of Halloween. If you’re ready to take on the challenge, check out the details below.

Challenge: A Horrific Love Story

  • Word count: 4,000 words or less
  • Genre: flash fiction, poem, short story, song, scene from film script or play, etc.
  • Due date: next Friday
  • Prompt: Write about a romantic love triangle between three monsters. They can be monsters of the same type or they can be different. Modern, classic, or futuristic monsters are acceptable. Kudos to writers who use monsters from less known folklore. Link your writing to A Vase of Wildflowers on your blog and make sure to place the link to your story in the comments of this post.

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