Sinful Sunday Flash Fiction Week # 47 Results

The results are in! Here’s what judge Chocaholic123 had to say!

These flashes were so beautifully written that I had a really hard time choosing the winners. Thank you all so much for taking part, you made my day. I’ve left a little comment about each story below.

Everyday Bella
The writing in this flash never failed to draw me in. The descriptions were so vivid, they made me feel like I was in the room with them. Maybe that will explain the hot flushes I suffered after reading this one.

Tinsley Warren
The images conjured up by this story were so good; the dirty neighbour, the lustful voyeur. It captured the solitary nature of his watching and her touching, and made me a little wistful about the differences between them.

The way this flash compared the heroine to an out of focus photograph was poignant and perfect. I could feel her lack of self esteem and the way she always felt second best. I particularly liked the way the camera became a third party in this ménage.

I got all the feels reading this one. The emotions of a woman scorned were so vividly described. I experienced the pain of seeing him with a younger model, and the way his confession bit to the core, especially knowing it was another lie.

Honourable Mention: Simone Millien
This story took a different direction; an ingenue, hesitant and afraid yet fascinated by her own reactions to being photographed. I really liked the way the story dragged me in, as she opened up like a flower to the process.

Honourable Mention: QuinnSkylark
I loved the way this story pulled the wool over my eyes and then ripped it off painfully. At first I believed they were lovers, indulging together, but as I read on and she whispered another man’s name the truth of the situation was revealed.

Runner Up: Femme Malheureuse
The flash began like a poem, and the story continued in the same, beautiful, vein. Despite the prettiness of the words (or maybe because of them), this one got me hot under the collar in a big way.

Winner: Small town chicka
I loved the brevity of the words in this one. Each sentence held a strength that wrapped around me as I read, and the passion he was feeling came across so strongly. I felt like I was going through every emotion right alongside him.

Great job everyone! The winners may now grab their badges! Thanks to everyone who participated, and see you all next week!





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