March Speculative Fiction Prompt – 3/7/19

A desperate and heartfelt story from Tessa. May all those experiencing darkness find a beacon of light. ❤

Tessa Can Do It! Positivity is Catching!

March Speculative Fiction Prompt – 3/7/19

Rules:

If interested, you have until March 23rd to submit a response. Happy Writing!

Note: I haven’t been getting all the pingbacks from stories. Yikes! Please be sure to link to this post, not to WP Reader. If you’re unsure, just pop a link in the comments below. Thanks!

Here’s how it works:

On the first of every month, I’ll post a speculative fiction prompt from Pixabay. These images are attribution free so you can use them on your blog without worrying about copyright restrictions.

Throughout the month, in order of receipt, I’ll reblog as many of your prompt-inspired creations as I can. And on the last day of each month, I’ll share a complete round-up of all contributions with links to the original posts. Visiting the blogs of participants is a great way to meet other speculative fiction writers.

Post your response…

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6 thoughts on “March Speculative Fiction Prompt – 3/7/19

  1. areilly88 says:

    I like the implication there will be sunshine again. The knowledge that light is missing suggests it was once known and can be found again.

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  2. mylilplace says:

    What a meaningful take on the prompt. Something that most of us can definitely relate to…

    Liked by 1 person

  3. This definitely my kind of read, Diana – plenty said in not too many words…

    Liked by 2 people

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