Mar 19 2017

Theme Reveal #AtoZchallenge 2017 #FlashFiction

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My THEME for the #AtoZchallenge 2017 is a speculative fiction story featuring telepathy.

Each letter post is titled and inspired by a commonly misused word or phrase.


by J Lenni Dorner
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  1. Arlee Bird

    I sensed that this would be your theme. Well, not really, but it would have been an interesting tie in.

    I like the inspiration you’ll be using. Very clever!

    Arlee Bird
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  2. Janet Miles

    Sounds interesting! I’ll be following πŸ™‚ Nice to meet you.

  3. Keith's Ramblings

    Sounds great! Good to find a fellow flash fictioneer so soon.

    .Keith’s Ramblings – My theme for 2017!

  4. Chandni

    Sounds like a very interesting theme Lenni! Fiction is a tough genre and I’d look forward to some tantalising and teasing tales . Catch you in April πŸ™‚
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  5. Karen

    Can’t wait to see what words and phrases you come up with for each letter title. Have fun during the a to z challenge.Weekends In Maine
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  6. Nilanjana Bose

    That sounds super! – fiction based themes are always a favourite. Look forward to April and reading

    Best wishes,
    Theme : Arabiana

  7. Debbie D.

    Several interesting aspects here. πŸ™‚ Looking forward to your posts. Happy A to Z-ing!
    Debbie @ The Doglady’s Den
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  8. Suzy

    That sounds interesting. Will look forward to reading your posts.
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  9. Michelle Wallace

    You’ve definitely piqued my curiosity. I LOVE my flash fiction. Sounds like a great theme…using a commonly misused word/phrase sounds like an interesting approach.
    I wish I could write spec fic. My brain doesn’t stretch that far…yet.
    Maybe I’ll try one day in the ‘hopefully-not-too-distant-future.’ LOL
    See you around on the A to Z circuit.
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  10. Sophie Duncan

    That sounds like an interesting combination, misused words and telepathy :). I look forward to popping by,
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  11. Ishieta

    This sounds like a very interesting theme. I’d be interested in reading what you will be exploring in this. Good Luck with ATOZ. see u in april πŸ™‚
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  12. Ishieta

    This is an interesting theme. I look forward to reading where you will be taking this. good luck πŸ™‚ see u april.
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  13. Random Musings

    Sounds great, I love flash fiction and I like the idea of basing it on words that are often wrongly used!
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  14. Sara C. Snider

    I always love me some flash fiction. Interesting using misused words/phrases as inspiration. Best of luck to you!
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  15. C. Lee McKenzie

    This will be a great theme!
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  16. Deborah Weber

    What an interesting theme – can’t wait to follow your posts.

  17. Jamie Lyn Weigt

    Excited to check out your fiction during this challenge, good luck to you! I’m participating for my second year with the theme of Dragons in Our Fandoms, check it out if you get a chance!
    Jamie Lyn Weigt | Writing Dragons Blog
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  18. Jemima Pett

    Good luck with it, J πŸ™‚
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  19. Shari

    Stopping by from the A-Z theme reveal. Speculative flash fiction based around telepathy sounds great. I like then idea of gaining inspiration from a misused word/phrase. Very interesting, can’t wait to read your posts!

    My theme is Raising Boys.

  20. Lu

    I am looking forward to reading this… I love flash fiction and I am interested in knowing what these words are. Great theme xx
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  21. Nick Wilford

    Sounds intriguing! I love flash fiction and I’ll be around for your stories.
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  22. JazzFeathers

    Great theme. Can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with πŸ˜‰

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  23. Laura Ehlers

    Fun! Looking forward to your posts. Of course, you probably already knew that…lol!
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  24. Patricia Lynne

    This sounds like a fun theme. Can’t wait!

    ~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
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  25. Melissa Sugar

    Sounds like a fun and unique theme. I just found out today that there won’t be a linky thing so I’m trying to run around to all the blogs that I know I won’t want to miss and make a list to store on my phone and computer. I also missed the theme reveal. I’m doing something different this year. I moving away from my crime fiction and writing short little memoir or non fiction pieces. I’m doing it for my kids because their dad is terminal and I want to create some memories and kind of a legacy for him. It’s been tough writing so far. Thanks for co-hosting. I know it’s a lot of work and you already have so much on your plate. You seem to be doing well and climbing the ladder of success. I’m happy for you and I look forward to reconnecting during the challenge. I haven’t been around much, with the kids dad so sick. See you in April. Take care.
    Melissa Sugar
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  26. John

    Flash fiction. Love it! And on misused words or phrases. Oh my, love it even more. What a giant canvas you have to work with too, right? So many people misuse so many words. I’ll be back to check that out. Have a blast.

    If you’re inclined, I’m writing my death scene in flash fiction this year. Yep, I’m gonna get murdered every day in April. But like Wile E. Coyote, I’ll revive by day’s end to suffer through it again tomorrow.

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  27. Chiranjit

    Very interesting. Good to see your theme. thanks

  28. JEN Garrett

    I’m intrigued. I love words, and I love when they are innocently misused.
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  29. Shailaja

    Love flash fiction so I’m definitely going to be bookmarking and seeing you in April.

    What a fascinating theme:Telepathy!
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  30. Spacerguy

    You’ve got the awesome AtoZ badge and theme badge and everything, I can appreciate such precision because I follow Star Trek which is fascinating – This year is my 7th challenge, looking forward to the telepathic adventure

    Let Star Trek Sci Fi Blog be your time machine!
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    1. J. Lenni Dorner

      Thanks. I’m not the one that designs the badges though. Other guy.

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