#LastLineFirst – A #FlashFiction Challenge: Hiatus

last line first 300Once again, I must apologise for being a tardy host! I was supposed to post this on Monday, but life got in the way. Speaking of life getting in the way, I’ve decided to take a break from running Last Line First, so this will be the last post for a while. Thank you to everyone who has taken part. It’s been a delight to read your stories and wonderful to see what you’ve done with each new first line.

We started, back in January, with “He was soon borne away by the waves and lost in darkness and distance.” from Frankenstein; or, the modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, and we go into our break with not one but two great last lines:

  • I just hope I am making a big difference to these people’s lives. From Listen and Learn by Paul, and …
  • She would wait for this man, who she loved more than life itself, to wake and then she would break his heart and hers. From Heartbreak by Denise.

Thanks for playing, and keep flashing!

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One Response to #LastLineFirst – A #FlashFiction Challenge: Hiatus

  1. Denise says:

    Thanks Natalie, it has been fun taking part and reading everyone’s different interpretations of the lines.
    Hope real life is behaving itself!
    🙂

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