Fiction

Lights #FlashFiction #CinderellaMythmakers

Because the story doesn’t end at the wedding…

This is another excellent entry for our Cinderella Anthology Project; a superb flash fiction!

A quick read that is as enjoyable a read as a full short story.

Thank you so much, Ronel! It sounds like an opportunity to go beyond and be awesome after the old last words, “And they lived happily ever after!” 🙂

Cinderella Anthology Project

Ronel as the inspiration, Theresa came up with our hash tag for our anthology project – #CinderellaMythmakers! Isn’t that awesome?

Thank you so much, ladies!

And thank you to those of you who have already posted your own Cinderella stories and/or poems. For the entries so far, click here.

If you’re a short story writer or a poet and you’d like to participate, the guidelines are found here.

You have until the end of this month to submit your entry. It is truly exciting so don’t miss out. It’s quite fun, too!

Ronel the Mythmaker

I have to admit that I went through a love of the Cinderella-folktale in August last year and wrote quite a few stories… So I decided to spruce one up (you can read the original version here) and enter it into the awesome Cinderella-project that Anne J Anguilar-Van der Merwe and Theresa Barker had invited us all to participate in. Remember: the deadline is the end of the month!

If you want to know more about the project, click on either link above. The Twitter hashtag is #CinderellaMythmakers (awesome, right?). And click on the following links if you want to read Anne’s story, City of Magic, and Theresa’s story Little Rich Girl – both are amazing takes on the folktale. And if you’d like to read all of the entries thus far, go here.

black and white film proper

Lights

By Ronel Janse van Vuuren

Cindy dreamed in black and white; it…

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