Please take the opportunity to read the stories submitted by the writers
by clicking on the links listed below and be sure to join us for
the next challenge.
Clever Fiction Founder and Website Designer
before the end of your story,
your hero or main character must die.
then submit yours before 5:00 pm CST on March 14, 2013.
Patrick Sipperly is a writer and producer for the Arizona Video Company. His published works include Time Out On A Roller Coaster, a collaboration of short stories he wrote with Linda Boulanger, and Parting Ways, a Christian Fiction novel about an ambitious minister's struggle between serving the church denomination or serving God. Both books are from TreasureLine Publishing. Patrick resides in sunny Arizona with his lovely wife Charla and friendly cat Mickey Meows.
AND he is an amazing book trailer creator, having designed several for TreasureLine and other authors/publishers -- including Linda's favorite ... her own Arms of an Angel!
(though we hear he's done a bunch more, so take a look HERE)
Forgettable Face.....Jennifer McMurrain
One of those days.....Kat Garcia
The Banshee's Bargain.....Cathy Collar
Dancing with Angels.....Penelope Anne Bartotto
The Hero Had to Die.....Jeremy Dunn
Death For An Aria.....Stephanie O'Hanlon
The End, The Beginning.....Void Munashii
The Dedication of Death.....Joshua Spotts
Short Fiction Story Criteria:
Use all the elements of the writing prompt above.
(Please remember this site is accessible to audiences of all ages.)
Send your story to CleverFiction@gmail.com
or via the form on the Submit Stories page
(You do not need to do both, unless we ask).
To make uploading easier, please format your single-spaced, block style story like this:
By YourName (The Hero Must Die)<--- this reminds readers of the prompt.
That's it! No page numbers, notes, etc.,
Due by 5:00 PM (CST) on Thursday, 3-14-13.
Soon after your story is submitted, your name and story title will appear below as links to your short story page. There is no guarantee that your story will be posted to this website. If it is posted, your story page will have a place for comments and feedback. Feel free to share a link to your page with your friends and family to read and comment. And don't forget to read and comment on other stories. We all like to hear what we've done well or where we might improve (offered with a little honey, of course).
New writers (and those who have not already done so), please submit in a separate email:
a photo to use on your blog, if desired
link(s), if available and desired, to your:
"Like" this page below to further promote yourself and others, and then go do the write thing!