Flash Fiction Challenge for the week of April 26th, 2020

Editing for authors: because every writer needs a good editor.

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Sorry, I seem to have missed a few prompts without realizing it. I've been struggling. If you're having a tough time of things too, please take care of yourself and have some internet hugs:

Your prompt for this week, embroidered in fine silvery thread on the very last sheet of toilet paper on the very last roll in the universe, is:

lost time

You have 90 minutes from when you view the prompt to write, revise, and post your piece. There is no word limit except as may be dictated by time, and your piece does not need to directly include the prompt; it is here for your inspiration. Please start a new thread entitled "FFC 4/26/2020" and do not put the prompt in your title, as that makes it visible on the What's New tab to the vast hordes of people who may not yet be ready to start the challenge.

New people are always welcome to participate -- invite your friends! Whether you post a piece or not, you are welcome to comment on posted work, but please remember this is not a critique space. The prompt is "live" for a week, and there will be a new one next week at approximately the same time and place. Old prompts and responses are moved to the FFC Archive.

Good luck and good writing!

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