Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

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Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

Postby maybegenius » 17 Oct 2010, 20:05

Calling all Twitter users... I'm trying to get a microfiction game going ;)

Think you can write a spooky/gross/funny/freaky Halloween story in 130 characters or less? Tweet them along with the hashtag #hallowfic and spread the word! Let's see how many creative Twitterfics we can get before October 31st :D

(I was going to use the hashtag #microween, but I thought it might be a bad idea.)
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Re: Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

Postby Mira » 19 Oct 2010, 20:23

This sounds fun! I'm resisting the Twitter bug - so far - but if you post a link, I'll read it and cheer you guys on. :)

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Re: Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

Postby poptart » 20 Oct 2010, 02:52

Done mine!
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Re: Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

Postby maybegenius » 20 Oct 2010, 14:23

poptart: Awesome!

Mira: Unfortunately I think you actually have to be a Twitter member in order to see anything... part of how the hook you, I guess! Sorry :(
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Re: Twitter users - write some Halloween microfiction!

Postby marilyn peake » 20 Oct 2010, 18:32

Sounds like fun! Thanks! I'll try to do this tonight.
Marilyn Peake

Novels: THE FISHERMAN’S SON TRILOGY and GODS IN THE MACHINE. Numerous short stories. Contributor to BOOK: THE SEQUEL. Editor of several additional books. Awards include Silver Award, 2007 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards.


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