Flash Fiction Foray-‘Death of a Bachelor’

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It’s that time of week again, and this week there are six superb entries to take a look at, based on Panic at the Disco’s corker Death of a Bachelor-go to the link for the song.

The entrants were Ritu from But I Smile Anyway…  who described several of the disadvantages of marriage, but there was a twist in the tale at the close. Curtis Bausse took an interesting direction from the title, with some excellent character descriptions and a papal cameo. Sheldon Kleeman had some beautiful descriptive imagery. with tactful repetition to enhance his piece while Kritsa Yvonne-perhaps contradicting Basil Fawlty’s timeless advice “don’t mention the war”-had a moving piece about the importance of the past to the present day. blackcherriess wrote a romantic response, with an onomatopoeic opening and well crafted dialogue. Ladyleemanila similarly had an amorous take, with a similar scenario but a little more doubt in the mind of the characters…

Ritu’s post: FFF #29 – Death of a Bachelor

Curtis’ piece: Flash Fiction: Death of a Bachelor

Sheldon’s piece: FFF 29 Death Of ……

Yvonne’s piece: Flash Fiction – Death of a Bachelor

Blackcherriess’ piece: The death of a bachelor

Ladyleemanila’s piece: Death of a Bachelor

My post on the trustworthiness of the BBC didn’t seem to post properly, so if you missed it, take a look here

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