FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2017: Week 31

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FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2017

WEEK #31


I would like to give a hearty welcome to all flash fiction aficionados. Welcome to the new Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner Home Site.

Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner is a weekly writing challenge designed for both the flash fiction newbie and the more experienced writer. It is the desire of this challenge to allow writers the opportunity to clear the cobwebs from a more tedious and involved project. Becoming a part of a new and growing writer’s community might be just what the doctor ordered to rejuvenate your writing juices.


Your Photo Prompt for Week #31 – 2017

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The challenge for Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner will open early Thursday morning, August 10th. Allow the prompt to take you anywhere you want to go! (Limit your stories to 200 words.)

This challenge is open until…

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The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Aug. 12/17

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Hi. Miss me? I know it’s Friday and here, finally, is your Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt. I’ve been out all day collecting my mother from the hospital and taking her back to the retirement home, then driving to Kingston to drop off my youngest with his dad. And of course I had to stop at the book store while I was there to check on my books … Oh, you’re still waiting for your prompt, aren’t you? Here it is:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “guess.” Use it any way you’d like. Enjoy!

Don’t forget, we have the SoCS badge competition going on this week! Click this link to find out how you can have your artwork displayed every week as part of Stream of Consciousness Saturday!

After you’ve written your Saturday post tomorrow, please link it here at this week’s prompt page and check…

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3 Steps of Intuitive Writing

No Wasted Ink

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This past summer, I attended a speculative fiction writer’s workshop in Lawrence, Kansas. The Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction was founded by James Gunn. Every June, the school hold workshops on novel writing, short stories, or could be used as a writer’s retreat to work on your own project. The attendees live in a dorm and are there for a two-week session of intensive writing and critique.

I was told by one of the instructors that the final story I submitted for review was “unique”, something that she had not seen before. A comment that I appreciated since this is one of the main goals of my writing process. This statement had piqued the curiosity of one of the workshop attendees, who was no slouch herself when it came to storytelling. She asked a question that most authors get at one point or another. “Where do you…

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Some Dangerous Food Combinations 

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Food can be poison as well as medicine. It all depends on what to eat and when to eat it. We all want to live a healthy lifestyle but most times the foods we combine cause havoc in us…

Incompatible foods are everywhere; in restaurants, on coooking shows and many others.

Foods could be incompatible because they create a negative reaction in the body, generate additional water in the body (called Kleda) which can lead to skin problems, block the body’s channels, cause heart disease or can equally cause indigestion.

Here are some of the food combinations that can cause harm to our system…

  1. Milk and melons ( or any fruit for that matter). These should not be consumed together because milk is a laxative and melon a diuretic ( increases the excretion of urine). You can imagine what it does to your system. Fruit equally digests fast while milk…

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What pear does to your body?

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Reasons why you should eat pearpears-in-blue-bowl

The typical pear season runs from August. Along with apples, pears are part of the rose family and they have many health benefits. So instead of avoiding the act of eating pear because of the fear of having acne or pimples on the face, think about the health benefits pear gives you.

Fight free radicals

Pears are naturally very high in vitamins C and K,as well as nutrients such as copper- which all act as antioxidants to protect our cells from damage. One pear contains up to 11% of our daily recommended intake of vitamin C and 9.5% of our daily intake of copper. .

Protects our hearts

Pears are good for the heart as they are an excellent source if dietary fiber and of course fiber is good for the heart. Fiber can lower levels of bad cholesterol by binding to bile salts…

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