BCF Month#2 – Prompt 1

11 01 2013

Business Card Fiction.  Does what it says on the tin. Write a piece of fiction (based on a photo prompt) on the back of a business card. Visit BCF to see all the rules and regs.

This is the photo prompt:

And here is my submission:

BCF002a - Give and Take





BCF Month #1 – Prompt 2

20 12 2012

Time for part 2 of Business Card Fiction for this month. The idea is to write a story on the back of a business card inspired by a photo prompt.

The photo prompt for this round was chosen by our judge, Ruth Long.

I’m finding BCF harder than Friday Fictioneers, I can’t fit in as many words! This week I have used Berlin Sans FB, and tried putting my ‘business card’ the other way up. Looks like I can get about seventy words in, depending on paragraph breaks, etc.

BCF001b - Hope





Business Card Fiction – Month #1 – First Prompt

4 12 2012

Thanks to Jeffrey Hollar, I’ve discovered Business Card Fiction. Yes, you guessed it, you have to write a story – based on a photo prompt – that would fit on the back of a business card! 370 x 215 pixels (either end up), minimum 12pt text.

Here is this week’s photo prompt:

And here’s my first stab at it. I’m using 12pt TW Cen MT this week, might try different fonts in future as this one came out a bit small.

The Drunk