#FridayFotoFiction is a weekly flash fiction writing challenge where we give you a photo prompt and ask you to write a 100-150 word flash fiction about it.

Flash Fiction Writing Challenge – #FridayFotoFiction Jan 19 – Jan 23 Prompt

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The Castle – Flash Fiction Writing #FridayFotoFiction

He was the king of millions – feared by the farthest enemy.

When not on war, the King of Kings, Lucas III lived his ostentatious life in the most immodest boastful way.

Courtyards crowded with fancy women, wines flowing from fountains, Golden chandeliers – the royal palace was an imposing spectacle.

The King of Kings, had several such grandiose palaces where he travelled throughout the year.

But little did people know why he visited the old castle in the hills every few days.

Under strict instructions no one was ever allowed to visit the castle other than his two trusted guards. He himself took the boat across the river.

Lucas III had six wives and several courtesans at his disposal, but little did anyone know about his better half – the man who he loved, the man in the castle. A love that even the King of Kings feared to accept openly.

© Tina Basu

Word Limit – 150

#FridayFotoFiction Featured Blogger Jan 12 -Jan 17

We had some amazing posts on our last prompt. And our featured writer today is Meha Sharma with a chilling story. Congratulations Meha, We loved your story. Read her featured Story The Premonition.

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#FridayFotoFiction Featured Post By Popular Demand

Last week it was Anagha who got 4 votes, and her story is the Featured Story by Popular Demand.

Congratulations Anagha, Read her story The Skunks.

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  1. Drop your posts in the linky Friday 12 AM IST- Wednesday midnight 23:55 pm IST
  2. Voting opens Thursday 12AM IST untill Thursday 6 PM IST
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  5. The post with max votes gets the Featured Story by Popular Demand title

How to participate in #FridayFotoFiction Flash Fiction Writing Challenge

  1. Follow  &  , your hosts for , on Twitter.
  2. Every Thursday evening Tina and Mayuri will share a Photo Prompt with you on Twitter and on their respective blogs.
  3. Write a 100-150 Word story based on or relevant to the given Photo Prompt.
  4. Use the  badge at the end of your posts.
  5. Link up with Tina or Mayuri
  6. Read, comment, share on the host and co-hosts posts and at least two more posts linked in the party.
    Pro Tip – Networking and commenting are good for your blog’s health and ranks.
  7. Use  in your post and share in on social media using the same hashtag.
  8. Every week Tina and Mayuri will pick one featured blogger whose post impressed them the most.
  9. Every month one winner will be picked from the participants. This winner will be picked on the basis of regular participation through the month and will win a cash voucher from Amazon.
  10. Keep your fictions and engagement civil. Adult content/ affiliated links/ derogatory remarks/ hatred towards any religion is not allowed.

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7 Comments on The Castle – Flash Fiction Writing #FridayFotoFiction Jan 19- Jan 23

  1. BellyBytes
    January 19, 2018 at 3:12 pm (3 months ago)

    OMG. This rings so true these days when men leave their wives for other men! Loved the twist in the end.

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  2. Arjun Gupta
    January 19, 2018 at 10:34 pm (3 months ago)

    Killer twist right there at the end! A king could do anything except love another man. Unfortunate that teh law still exists in my country.
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  3. Rashi Mital
    January 25, 2018 at 5:48 pm (3 months ago)

    This is a smart connect, Tina. M sure there must be men in the olden days who had feelings for the same sex. Unfortunately, in their times, their love had no place in dreams also.
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