You all have probably heard the saying “Time flies like an arrow” and its humorous second half “fruit flies like a banana.” Well, we know how crazy life can get, allowing deadlines to whirl past us at breathtaking speeds. Heck, I’m writing this post late because I just got caught up with other things.
But Life shouldn’t stop us from writing—not if we’re determined to write, and we love our craft. Still, it can be hard to find the right words and sort through the multitude of possible ideas out there into a literary sense. So we’re offering something new here at the ROW80… a bi-monthly flash fiction prompt, just to grease the cogs a bit, courtesy of our sponsors.
I’ll start with today’s offering:
It’s the party of the Century… last century, and it’s happening in the wax museum.
Feel free to share your offerings with your check-ins or if you’re shy, keep them to yourself (we hope you share). Here’s the linky:
Oh, and, if you’re looking for some history on the phrase “Time flies”, here’s a fun Wikipedia entry.