TUFF Flash Fiction Contest Part One

If your are looking for a way to compete with your writing skills, possibly win a little cash, and learn a whole lot, check out TUFF Flash Fiction.

Carrot Ranch Literary Community

Welcome to the Saddle Up Saloon, Writers!

Yep. You’ve landed in the right spot if you are looking for the 2020 Flash Fiction Rodeo. Kid and Pal hit the trail, taking some well-deserved time off from running the Saloon. They hope to return next month, every Monday, with fun literary events and character interviews. If you have the daring to let your characters be interviewed by characters that refuse to believe they fall from the ink in D. Avery’s pen, then this month is a good time to get into the line-up. Contact Kid and Pal at D. Avery’s address averydede.1@gmail.com.

Let’s get down to the tuffest contest in the Rodeo. If you are not familiar with TUFF (The Ultimate Flash Fiction), let me take a sip of this good hard cider Pal left for us and explain. TUFF is a progressive formula that requires a  writer to draft…

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant - Promoting Hobby Blogging

15 thoughts on “TUFF Flash Fiction Contest Part One”

          1. 🙂 Actually, I tried it again on Charli’s post and there’s no reblog button. I’m wondering if it’s because I am also a writer at the Ranch. I had to go to Kerry’s original post to reblog. Interesting.

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          2. Wow, that’s a thought, too! 🙂 It’s a real puzzle. We both love those! 🙂 I need to put your bio on my post for the Carrot Ranch contest next week. So if you have something short already worked up, could you email me?

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