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Spooky Christmas Flash Fiction Needed...

Friday, 22 November 2013

For the fifth year in a row, Loren Eaton over at I Saw Lightning Fall is hosting his spooky Christmas flash tale event Advent Ghosts.

Welcome to Advent Ghosts 2013, the fifth annual shared storytelling event at ISLF. For the uninitiated, Advent Ghosts seeks to recreate the classic British tradition of swapping spooky stories at Yuletide. However, instead of penning longer pieces, we post bite-sized pieces of flash fiction for everyone to enjoy. It's an open call for anyone interested, so why not join us?

I've contributed the past couple of years (Frost in 2012 and While You Sleep in 2011) and will be again this time round. It's become a Christmas tradition. Taking part is simply a matter of writing a ghostly tale for Christmas in exactly 100 words and posting it on your blog.

Full details here.

Must be nearly time to break out the blog snow, too...


  1. Hmm... I'll have to see if I can come up with something. This could be fun :)

  2. Looks cool. I'm very tempted. And whooo for nearly snow.

    1. I'm sure you'd write a cracker. Heh, see what I did there?

  3. Ooh, sounds interesting... And I remember enjoying Frost.


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