Here is the picture of the old abandoned house that I promised. I stumbled upon it while driving my sister to her car, in which her keys were locked. There was something about the house that made me want to photograph it.
There are so many questions that pop into my mind when I look at this picture. For example, what happened to the family who once lived in this house? Is it an old farm house and hard times came? Who owns the land now? Any number of these questions may lead to a story. At least that’s what I hope.
Over at Story Mask, Ben announced the 100 Voices in the Night project. Rather than me trying to explain the project, here is the description from the site:
100 Voices in the Night is a project to create an anthology of flash fiction stories in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror genres. Twenty authors will contribute five stories each to amass a total of 100 flash fiction pieces. Once completed, this new anthology will be sent to a publisher and the first of what we hope to be an annual project will be born. Each story will be short enough to read in a just a couple of minutes, and many of them will provide brief glimpses into the larger universe of each author’s writing.
Check out the link if you are interested. It sounds like a very cool project and a good opportunity for the authors involved.