The flash fiction writer must put the right word in the right place. Each word in a very short story must not only carry its own weight but must also move the reader’s eyes to the next word much as I’m doing now. Each word should be a link in a chain that links to the following chain until all the chains create a story.
The story itself must not explain everything because to do so would leave no room for the reader’s imagination. Imagination allows the reader to participate. Without this participation on the part of the reader the story and the characters in the story would remind flat.
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