My entry for this week’s Flash Fiction Faction, ‘The Shriek Hunters’
The prompt this week from Quill Shiv’s blog is a simple picture.
I think a photograph like this is both useful and tougher, as I hate to do the most obvious choice, and did try out a couple of other ideas. However, this is the one that grabbed me.
So, I hope you enjoy reading The Shriek Hunters! Comments and observations are all gratefully received.
Quill’s entry can be found here and the idea is to read everyone else’s and comment while leaving a link to your own effort, too.
The Red Breasted Shriek comes to the glade once every five years to lay its eggs. The rest of the time it lives in the mountains, very far from here. The creature is a beautiful sight, made more precious by its sheer rarity. Once its infants are grown and gone, a clever hunter can steal its nest. Few have…
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