#QUICKFIC 07/12/2018

Goodbye November, hello December and hello to a new #QUICKFIC, Faber Academy’s Flash Fiction Competition!

It’s Friday at (roughly) 9:50 am, so get your typing fingers ready and your brains warmed up because I’m about to hit you with a prompt at the bottom of this post. You should take a look, then write out a 250 words or less story inspired by it. Give the story a title, then gently deposit it into the body of an email alongside your wordcount and email it to academy@faber.co.uk no later than 2:50 pm today.

At 3:30 we announce our winner, in with a shot of getting these three wonders:

- Faber Academy's Flash Fiction Competition #QUICKFIC

And here’s your prompt:

A quote from Jan Austen's "Emma" reading “Silly things do cease to be silly if they are done by sensible people in an impudent way.” against an image of a tree in the process of losing its leaves, with the contrast turned up and the image overlayed with a pink and orange colour gradient until the trees look like etchings - Faber Academy's Flash Fiction Competition #QUICKFIC

May the silliness now commence until 2:50 pm!

By entering Faber Academy’s flash fiction competition #QUICKFIC , you’re granting us non-exclusive worldwide permission to reprint your story on our website should you win. 

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