Finish the Story 2 Flash Fiction Collaboration

Recently I was invited by Tamnay Jain @ Bookinton to join in his Finish the Story 2 flash fiction collaboration. And, as I am one of the world’s best procrastinator’s, I’m getting my introduction post in just under the wire. (sigh)

Read on to meet the writers who are participating and the prompts. Feel free to write your own story on the prompts, if you’d like.

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The Participants:

1. Nideesh Samant

A weaver or short stories, mostly dark ones…

https://thedarknetizen.wordpress.com

Twitterwww.twitter.com/darthnid

Prompt  – A standard corporate boardroom meeting is underway, but the boss has hidden motives…

 

2. Ritu Bhathal

Ritu Bhathal was born in Birmingham in the mid-1970’s to migrant parents, hailing from Kenya but with Indian origin. This colourful background has been a constant source of inspiration to her.

From childhood, she always enjoyed reading. This love of books is mostly credited to her mother.

The joy of reading spurred her on to become creative in her own writing, from fiction to poetry.

Winning little writing competitions at school and locally gave her the encouragement to continue writing.

As a wife, mother, daughter, sister, and teacher, she has drawn on inspiration from many avenues to create the poems that she writes.

A qualified teacher, having studied at Kingston University, she now deals with classes of children as a sideline to her writing!

Ritu also writes a blog, a mixture of life and creativity, thoughts and opinions, which was awarded first place in the Best Overall Blog Category at the 2017 Annual Bloggers Bash Awards.

Ritu is happily married, and living in Kent, with her Hubby Dearest, and two children, not forgetting the furbaby Sonu Singh.

Having published an anthology of poetry, Poetic RITUals, she is currently working on some short stories, and a novel, to be published in the near future.

BlogBut I Smile Anyway

Blog Linkwww.butismileanyway.com

Twitterwww.twitter.com/PhantomGiggler

Facebook IDhttps://www.facebook.com/butismileanyway/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/phantom_giggler/

Pinteresthttps://uk.pinterest.com/bhathalpadhaal/

Goodreadshttps://www.goodreads.com/user/show/56854412-ritu-bhathal

Flipboardhttps://flipboard.com/@Phantom_Giggler

Mixhttps://mix.com/butismileanyway

Tumblrhttps://www.tumblr.com/blog/ritusmiles

LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ritu-bhathal-48941648/

Bloglovinhttps://www.bloglovin.com/@ritubhathalpadhaal

Prompt – I saw mummy kissing Santa Claus. I did. Well, not Santa, but some fat bearded dude, who wasn’t my dad…

 

3. Sascha Darlington

Tech writer, creative writer and book blogger from Washington, DC

Blog Sascha Darlington’s Microcosm Explored

Bloghttps://saschadarlington.me

Twitter IDwww.twitter.com/darling_sascha

Prompt – A non-risk-taking writer has writer’s block, so they decide to do something they’ve never done before to inspire them.

 

4. Suchita Agarwal

A writer and content creator, Suchita Agarwal believes words are where the magic is. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and WordPress. She goes by talesofsuchita.

Blog – Tales of Suchita

Blog Linkhttps://talesofsuchita.wordpress.com/

Twitter IDhttps://twitter.com/talesOfsuchita

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/talesofsuchita/

Prompt – The last thing I remember

 

5. Tanmay Jain

Tanmay Jain is a blogger, book reviewer, writer and bibliophile from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He has been reading books since he was a child and hasn’t stopped since. He started his first blog in 2016 and since that, after many unsuccessful attempts at managing a successful blog, he landed on his current and most successful blog, Scion of Society. Tanmay dabbles mostly in fiction writing but sometimes wanders off to poetry, book reviewing and writing tips. He is an editor for his school magazine, X-rays. He’s a teenage writer, aspiring author, and a budding blogger.

Blog Bookinton

Blog Link www.bookinton.wordpress.com

Twitter IDwww.twitter.com/Tanmay_and_Jain

Facebook ID –  www.facebook.com/TheBookintonBlog

Prompt – There was something extraordinarily ordinary about murder than people just didn’t get!

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