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FB3X Drabble Cascade #31 - word of the week is 'independent'

Welcome to FB3X Drabble Cascade #31 (opened 15th October 2013). Be inspired by our word of the week, ‘independent’, and write us a 100 word piece, or a flash (500 words or less), fiction, non-fiction, poetry, fanfiction. Then add yourself to our list. You can also embed this list into your own post using the embed functionality (the chain graphic).

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FB3X Drabble Cascade #31 - Evolution of Love (m/m romance, PG)

What would you sacrifice for your independence?


Fic: Forged (Loki, G)

A drabble for this week's drabble cascade - our word of the week is 'independent' in support of all independent writers who have been hit by this idiotic WHSmith/Kobo over reaction to erotica. Forged by Tasha Loki had learned young that he could only rely on himself, even Frigga bowed to Odin's...


Tasha's Thinkings: Along (gen, g)

Greetings, this is one of my drabbles for this week's drabble cascade. Our word of the week is 'independent' in support of all indie writers hit by the Kobo/WHSmith's mess. To be independent, to stand alone relying on no one but yourself is a dream for some people.

Running Away (G)

Author: charisstoma

Word count: 100

Prompt: Independent


Hell (disturbing)

Author: charisstoma

Word count: 100

Prompt: Independent

Do not ask, I don't know. When I was little and forced to take naps upon a neatly made bed of white sheets, these were the impressions my mind created. I was under five, before kindergarten age... and you didn't need to know all that.

I hated naps.


Intro Post: FB3X Drabble Cascade #31 - word of the week 'independent'

Our word of the week prompt is ' independent'. We chose the word this week rather than picking it randomly because we are horrified by what Kobo and WHSmiths have done to independent authors just because their screening procedures seem to have been inadequate.