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SB: Define flash fiction and why you chose to go down this route with your latest publication.
SB: Well done! It’s a great idea. I have to say I am a fan of flash fiction and saving the short story. I encourage it on my Sunday meme, the Sassy Sunday Story Starter (LOL) and believe having a small word count for a story helps to only choose the words that really matter, so all the unnecessary words are chopped out and the prose is much tighter.
Oh, nicely put! Yes, that is what makes flash so fun. You never know where it’s going to take you. Where did you learn, or practise your flash fiction writing?
SB: Well, you’ve done very well, Marc. Twitter is such a great place, too! What advice would you give to anyone wanting to try this form of creative writing out themselves?
SB: Very inspiring! Have you any flash fiction sites you can recommend to our readers?
SB: Which flash fiction writers inspire you?
SB: Sounds like some interesting writers to check out and a very busy community. Thanks! So, do you ever get writer’s block? If so, what do you do to overcome it?
SB: What is your most treasured possession?
SB: To whom would you most like to say sorry, and why?
SB: Who would play you in the film of your life?
SB: I love the actor David Thewlis. He has my vote! So, who would write the script?
SB: Great answer! If you could realise a dream that you have had whilst asleep, what dream would you pick?
SB: I have had those types of dreams, too! LOL Suddenly we can’t remember where we live and if we do we just cannot get there!
SB: I think a book of your flash fiction is a great idea. What’s your next project going to be?
SB: Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions. It’s great to have you back and I wish you well with the new year and all the brilliant writing opportunities this will bring you.
MN: Thank you and I hope you have a brilliant 2012 and Alt Read goes from further strength to further strength.
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