The celebrations for National Short Story Month continue with even more #flashsense stories this week.
Missed previous weeks? Check out Sight (May 3rd) and Sound (May 10th).
The third Friday of the month, May 17th, was dedicated to smell.
Here’s a round up of week three’s stories.
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THE SENSELESS CHALLENGE: SMELL
Private Nose by Peggy McFarland
It’s going to rain today, mark my words. I can smell it.
Smell by Christopher Munroe
A month after you quit smoking, you get your sense of smell back.
Sweet by N.M. Martinez
Blanca’s nose burned as if being licked by a little flame.
Mouse by Shelly Proffitt Howells
You are such a mouse, Harold.
StorySkippers Anonymous by Laura Amos
Bars didn’t smell like cigarettes anymore.
Making Sense by Chuck Allen
She loved the smell of being clean.
Bottled Shame by Kelly Stapleton
I smelled Missy before I saw her.
Oh, Nose! by Tim VanSant
There was something rotten in the state of Denmark.
A Great Story by Laura Besley
The only smell in the tiny dark room was her own.
Fumes of Love by Brinda Banerjee
It was dank, reminiscent of the garbage landfill nearby.
The Hunter by A.M. Harte
The air was sweet and cold, moonlight-sharp.
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Did I forget to include your story? Drop me a link in the comments.
This Friday 24th is dedicated to taste – join in and tweet your story with #flashsense!
It’s not too late to get involved – just drop me a comment on the challenge post or tweet your story using #flashsense.