I often read flash fiction stories on a site called Every Day Fiction. Today I read one. The story was well written, but I left a less than enthusiastic comment.
The writer had broken the story up into several fragments that represented different moments in the story even though the story was about a woman giving birth.
Like I said, the story was well written, but the fragments kept pulling me out of the action by reminding me that after all I was just reading a story.
How do you feel about flash fiction stories that are broken up into definite fragments?
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- Do You Have Questions About Writing Flash Fiction? (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)