Fight or Flight Reading List and Voting Poll

Good Monday to you all,
We have a few responses on our call to write for the prompt Fight or Flight. Let’s jump in and see who tripped over the root in the path as the guy with the chainsaw revved menacingly.
Read, vote, and share a little feedback in the comments to let the writer know what aspects of their hard work appealed to you. As a community of unpublished authors, we are here to learn what stimulates the reader so we can do more of it. Constructive feedback is the key to honing our skills.

Your reading list awaits:

Title: none
Author: hwango
Word Count: 600ish
Genre: fiction
Warnings: abstract talk of war and casualties

Title: Can’t Run From Love
Author: Rio
Word Count: 2,953
Genre: Detective Story
Warnings: some language

Title: Terror
Author: ayumidah
Word Count: 435
Genre: humor


Be sure to check out this week’s prompt: Hubris. Even if you’ve sat out this first three weeks of October, there’s a Just For Fun category just waiting for you to drop your story in it.


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3 Responses to Fight or Flight Reading List and Voting Poll

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  3. Rio says:

    Thank you to who ever voted for mine! I didn’t expect to win with this one (GOOD ONE HWANGO! CONGRATS!) but I really thought I might get one vote. I got so down about it I sent the story to a flesh and blood friend (something I never do) and asked her if it TOTALLY SUCKED. Fortunately she liked it, and I believed her and so lost no sleep over it. I am not cut out for competition AT ALL. okay, no more caps.

    Kudos to all who put their beautiful and fragile creations on the chopping block! Besides showing you are all talented you also show you are brave! And for you who don’t attempt it, well, you should at least once so you can appreciate what a rough road it is to becoming an actual published author.


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