Welcome to Four Line Fiction, a pix-to-prose challenge. Each Thursday, at 9:00am Eastern Time (Canada/United States) I will post an image I have captured myself, featured from another blog or plucked from one of the Interweb’s many royalty-free image sites. You as the writer are to use that image as a point of inspiration to craft a masterpiece of fiction in four lines.
The image for February 23rd, 2023 is one of my own images. It is a black and white image of an open milkweed pod, its seed having already been expelled into the wind.
Be creative and have fun. I look forward to reading the tales you spin. Don’t forget to show your fellow bloggers some love -❤️- take some time to read, like, and comment on their masterpieces.
Rules and Guidelines
- Write a four-line work of fiction to complement the image provided. How you interpret the image is up to you. Think of it as a place to start; all you have to do is take the reader on your journey.
- There are no constraints to format. Prose, poetry, or any other form is acceptable as long as it tells a story in four lines. The length of each line is at your discretion, you do you.
- When posting to your blog please add a pingback (link) to the Four Line Fiction challenge post and include the tags #gb4lf and #gmgblog on your post.
- Although posting to your own blog is preferred, should you choose to post in the comments or to your social media accounts please include the tags above and leave a comment here so that others can find your work.
- All images presented will be credited to the photographer/rights holder and whenever possible linked back to the source. Any featured images from a fellow blogger will only be used after permission has been granted.
- Tell the world. It would be greatly appreciated if you shared the Four Line Fiction challenge post on your social media accounts. The more writers and readers the better.
- Post submitted to the Four Line Fiction challenge may be included in Greg’s Blog Sunday Digest weekly review post and may appear on a future podcast. It is understood that all written works remain the property of the author.
- If you enjoy participating in Four Line Fiction be sure to check out our other writing challenge Five Word Weekly.
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