Flash Fiction Foray-‘Say Something’

Nearly a year later but Matt’s round up is here… and the promise of FFF starting up again… yay!

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Neon Music Sign Derived from an image that is © Nevit Dilmen

I have realised that I never did a roundup post for the FFF before I left, and given that today is a Monday, I decided to do it today. This week(!) there are five superb entries to take a look at, based on Christina Aguilera’s Say Something.

Ritu from But I Smile Anyway… – ‘Say Something’-FFF36 #Flashfiction – Ritu’s piece was imbued with a lot of emotion, and perfectly caught the song’s mournful tone

Curtis Bausse Flash Fiction – Say Something – a lighter take from Curtis as a part of a more humorous interpretation of the song

Sheldon Kleeman – FFF36 Something – a touching piece which really reflected the isolation that Aguilera conveys

Kritsa Yvonne – Flash Fiction – Say Something – Yvonne portrayed a beautiful outline of the rise and fall of a relationship

Ladyleemanila – 

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  1. thebookblogger2014
    Apr 10, 2017 @ 19:01:51

    Thank you Ritu! I’m looking forward to reading everyone’s writing again…

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