#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 5 -Jan 10 Prompt

The Wedding #FridayFotoFiction Jan 5-Jan10 Flash FIction Writing Challenge

Will you have Ms. Eva Sander as your wedded wife?” Asked the pastor

I will

Eva Sander will you have Edward Collin to be your wedded husband, to live together after God’s ordinance in the holy state of matrimony?

I won’t

The buzz among the guest fell to a silence immediately while Edward stood flabbergasted.

Of course I will, just joking” she said with a grin turning towards Edward.

Miss, you think this is a joke? This holy ceremony before the love of God is a joke? Asked a now frowning pastor.

Just joking

Sorry Miss, we can’t proceed with the ceremony anymore.”

The deserted venue screamed aloud about what a perfect wedding it could have been.

When no was around, Eva found her man beside her.

It’s okay darling, I still love you, not everyone gets the humour. If not the wedding, we can head towards our honeymoon, right?”

© Tina Basu

Word Limit – 150

#FridayFotoFiction Featured Blogger Dec 15 -Dec 20

Both your hosts were traveling in late December and couldn’t keep up with the announcements. So this week we have loads and loads of announcements!

Our Featured Blogger for this prompt this prompt is Arjun from KnightofSteel. Read his featured post The Windows. Congratulations Arjun.

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This is a tie between Mayuri’s The Corridor and Akshata’s As you Sow so you Reap. Congratulations Girls.

#FridayFotoFiction Featured Blogger Dec 21 – Jan 03

I myself missed writing this prompt and it was up on Mayuri’s blog. And we have two featured bloggers for this post.

Our first featured blogger is Anagha with a wonderful tale Raindrop Retreat. Congratulations.

Our second featured blogger for last week is Akshata with yet another beautiful story You Loose. Congratulations.

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#FridayFotoFiction WInner of the Month – For December 2017

We have loved her work and progress. Congratulations Akshata. A well-deserved win.

Read her posts here

  1. The Trip
  2.  She Knows
  3. As you Sow so you Reap
  4. You Loose 

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  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.
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  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.
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11 Comments on The Wedding – Flash Fiction Writing Challenge #FridayFotoFiction Jan 5 – Jan 10

  1. Neha Tambe
    January 5, 2018 at 7:18 pm (5 months ago)

    Ah! When tradition and love come at loggerheads, tradition easily gets it’s way.

    Reply
  2. Arjun Gupta
    January 7, 2018 at 1:35 pm (4 months ago)

    So many people unable to just get a harmless joke. I could actually see it happening somewhere in the world.
    Arjun Gupta recently posted…My Tiny Tales: Stakes.My Profile

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  3. Sharvari Paivaidya Mehan
    January 7, 2018 at 6:00 pm (4 months ago)

    Haha you have wicked sense of humour which you captured brilliantly in the story. Love how the husband gets the joke

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  4. Aesha Shah
    January 8, 2018 at 10:44 am (4 months ago)

    That’s a good one Tina. I was feeling low and your story just gave me the much needed laugh. Also such an important message alongwith the humour, the man stood by his lady. Unique take on the prompt.

    Reply
  5. Mayuri Nidigallu
    January 8, 2018 at 3:20 pm (4 months ago)

    That joke didn’t turn out to be funny after all!:0)

    Reply
  6. Ishieta
    January 9, 2018 at 4:25 pm (4 months ago)

    Oh.. Hahah… Can’t imagine having the gall to crack a joke.. But the reaction is way too intense. Sadly, our society needs a dos eof humour and balance!

    Reply
  7. Meha
    January 9, 2018 at 11:21 pm (4 months ago)

    Such a unique take on the prompt. It is important to have a sense of humour at all times to sail through life 🙂
    Meha recently posted…The Month in WordPress: December 2017My Profile

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  8. Geethica Mehra
    January 10, 2018 at 5:49 pm (4 months ago)

    Whenever there’s a tie between customs and love, the latter always wins. A story that mostly happens around us.

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  9. Anagha Yatin (@anagha_yatin)
    January 11, 2018 at 1:01 pm (4 months ago)

    Why do people not see the life in lighter version, I wonder! But nothing is lost for Eva as her man stands besides her and understands her.
    Quite a story Tina.

    Reply

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