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My Blog SCRIBBLE AND EDIT reflects my love of creative writing, design, literature and film. Check out my Poems & haiku, Romantic Flash Fiction; Blogfest Entries; Blog Awards and other prose and Flash Fiction. Do bear with me, as I will reciprocate with those genuine commenters on my blog.  BTW I sometimes withhold comments for challenges until later. Comments about the post are much appreciated. Thank you.
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Friday, 4 May 2012

Test your flash with RFW

The main purpose of RFW is to improve your writing by responding to prompts that receive friendly critique. Even if you're not much into romance writing I found it a great way to practice my flash fiction writing and tighten up my story structuring skills.
Every second Friday there is a challenge posted in the left sidebar of the RFW site. You must post up to 400 words max of romantic prose or a poem on your own blog, then link it to the RFW website.

There's a prompt photo for today... So what are you waiting for? Have a go, you might surprise yourself. You don't have to be a member to post. Followers are welcome, but it is hoped that you will show your solidarity and eventually become a member. If you're not a member and would like to join, click here...

Announcements will be made when there is to be a Featured Writer and a Runner Up. This will no longer happen for every challenge. You need to be a member to be awarded. These awards are chosen by Denise Covey and her co-host Donna Hole. There will be occasional guest posts, so check in. If you would like to write a guest post regarding romance or romantic writing, read the Guest Post Page then send Denise or Donna an email: den.covey@gmail.com or donnahole@gmail.com.
Click here for guidelines on HOW TO SUBMIT TO ROMANTIC FRIDAY WRITERS 

Do you write flash fiction?