Bridge the Gap

140 characters or less, using the photo – Twittering challenge

Get to the other side?
Got to build damn thing ourselves
obviously attempt was made by another
Yeah, but not successfully
ended in their demise

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21 thoughts on “Bridge the Gap

    1. awesome! Go to that site and post it – link yours – hahaha, it’s actually challenging and fun. We can laugh out ourselves… TOTALLY can see the whole keys dropping – what was that sound? Do you think we can Uber back?

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    1. Thank you – I was nervous – I’m not a writer. I’m someone that likes to talk and chat to a bunch of people and I just post thoughts on my blog about my life. It just, I always see my life in stories. My highschool friends used to tease me…I think that’s why I loved Ally McBeal so much – she talked to herself and imagined things in her head. That’s me.

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    2. What I like about your challenge is that it forces me to say less….where everything in my world is loquacious and LOUD and I got a lot to say and have to reign it in…these challenges are very difficult for me. Oh, and great site that you referred
      http://www.charactercountonline.com/ is Super helpful for counting characters. WordPress does word count, but not characters.

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    3. Thanks. I never did much Fiction writing til I started the blog. Mostly poetry and thoughts, like you. Then I discovered flash fiction. 200 word stories, 100, 52…Three Line Tales and yikes! 6 Word Stories. It helps one to become more succinct and I believe makes me a better writer. 😊

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    4. I’ve seen a couple of those 6 story reads, and the ones I read were incredible. No way, can’t do that. Besides, got to stay real to me, and I have my own story-telling style. πŸ™‚ No rules.

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    5. The challenge with 6 words is creating a true story with a noun and verb in play, and not just a dangling caption. But…I hear ya. Gotta be true to you. Have some people who post their Twitter tale right in the comments because the style doesn’t match their blog theme. But they like joining the challenge. It’s all good. Everyone welcome! Supposed to be fun! πŸ˜‰

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    6. Hi, Kat! May I make a humble suggestion pertaining to how you’re storing the links? Maybe you already know this, or maybe they are too difficult to figure out – but there are those linky hookups that will make it easier for you and easier for readers to click on individual blog posts. I’m having difficulty (a bit) scrolling through all the comments, and trying to figure out what is the most recent #, etc. I’ll see if I can look up an example of what I mean – I just participated in one.

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    7. Hi, Kat! May I make a humble suggestion pertaining to how you’re storing the links? Maybe you already know this, or maybe they are too difficult to figure out – but there are those linky hookups that will make it easier for you and easier for readers to click on individual blog posts. I’m having difficulty (a bit) scrolling through all the comments, and trying to figure out what is the most recent #, etc. I’ll see if I can look up an example of what I mean – I just participated in one. Here is where everyone links up to this particular challenge http://www.inlinkz.com/new/view.php?id=724006 and the person who hosts, their page looks like this https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2017/07/03/fffaw-challenge-week-of-july-4-2017-2/ (and then you click on the frog – which takes you to the other page – you still get credit, it’s just much easier to read others work.

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    8. Thanks Sandi. I’ve also linked via the Froggie. I typically do a roundup each week with everyone’s Tale listed in full in the post. But I can understand if you don’t want to wait until the end of the week. They are so excellent! πŸ˜‰ I’ve thought about setting up the frog. Hmmm…still thinking. 😊

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    1. Ha! Have you tried any of these? I don’t know if you follow sight11, but he’s pretty fun guy and participates in all these challenges – and got me to try. I encourage you too (if you aren’t already) – they are challenging to figure short story out- something in the 140 characters that is actually somewhat interesting to read and won’t bore someone to tears. And applies to the photo! Hahaha

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  1. Oohh…i like that.. Hey post it in the comment section.. Pingback is not working.. Just below my comment.. Remember copy, paste url of your post in the challenge page comment section..

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