The elements of any great piece of fiction include a setting, a protagonist, an antagonist/obstacle, conflict and resolution. The smallest works fall under the category of flash fiction, which would be anything less than 1500 words. The word-specific forms are these: Micro fiction/250 words or less, Droubbles/200 words, Drabble/100 words, 69ers/69 words, and 55ers/55 words with 10 sentences, the first with ten words descending down to the last sentence with one. Generally flash fiction packs a punch in the end or has some kind of twist. Hit it.
Write a piece of flash fiction that includes all the key elements of a story in 250 words or less. You can do it! Go for the zing.
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