‘Flash Fiction Prompt’ app makes the world of flash fiction look easy

This app makes it easy to create flash fiction prompts, which are interactive videos of fictional characters reading or talking.

The app uses a series of clips from movies, TV shows and books to create a narrative for a short story.

The Flash Fiction Prompt app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android, and the creators of the app have written an article for TechCrunch outlining how they created it.

“We wanted to bring flash fiction to the world and make it accessible for everyone,” said the Flash Fiction Podcast co-host, Dan Schilling.

“Our aim was to create something that anyone could use to engage with the stories they read and watch.”

‘Flash fiction prompt’ app prompts flash fiction Read more”A lot of the stories we want to see are not only for children but also adults,” he said.

“The creators have created a flash fiction prompt that has the potential to be a great conversation starter, whether it’s a one-minute conversation, a 30-minute discussion, a two-hour conversation or a week-long conversation.”

We’ve created a short narrative for our short story and then added a few lines of dialogue for the characters.

We then put them all together in a flash story and you can play them together or play a few of them at a time.

The apps main focus is on interactive fiction and it’s possible to create short flash fiction in about an hour. “

Flash fiction is a huge field in terms of storytelling and I wanted to create an app that would give readers a place to find what they were looking for,” Schilling said.

The apps main focus is on interactive fiction and it’s possible to create short flash fiction in about an hour.

The interactive story can be downloaded to your phone and then you can either create an email story or an RSS feed.

The podcast is available on the iTunes App Store.

“It’s a great tool for all kinds of stories, including short stories, novellas, short plays, short films, web fiction and more,” Schill said.

For the first six months of the project, the podcast has been downloaded over 20,000 times, with more than 2,200 listeners.

“This was a big step for us, and we’re really excited to see what the response is going to be like,” Jones said.