Sunday, February 06, 2005

Flash Fiction: Flash

I wanted to write some short stories for the Dumaguete Workshop, but it's so hard to get started. So I'm using Sacha's old tricks to jumpstart the process.

"Writing doesn't have to be so hard, honey," she said consolingly. "Not everyone can write sweeping novel."

"I don't have a clue how to get started!" he wailed.

She grabbed hold of his hands, placed them on the keyboard. Under her prompting, he began to type: "'Writing doesn't have to be so hard, honey...'"


  1. Love the title. Writing is easier when typing. Typing is easier without thinking.

    Lo, my comment is created.

  2. True enough, but writing and typing are used in the same context here. Leastways, that's what I had in mind.

    Thanks for visiting.