Following J.M. Strother’s guest post on Maria Schneider’s blog, Editor Unleashed, contributions to #fridayflash saw a spike this week, with a total of thirty-five new pieces of flash fiction for your reading pleasure. Well played, Jon for getting the word out in such a successful way and for compiling this giant list of links:

A Basement Story, by Shannon Esposito @soesposito
A Robot Argues With Her Creator’s Father About Reading a Eulogy, by Christine Love @christinelove
Adelaide, by Heather @unlikelyeden
Brain Helmet 2000, by Chris Chartrand @ChrisChartrand
Cyber Mummies, by Anthony Deaver @AnthonyDeaver
Eggs Over Easy, by Matthew Bacon @FogJuice
Exile of Innocence, by Tomara Armstrong @2maraA
Firefighting, by Pippa Hennessy @battypip
Final Call, by Kevin J. Mackey @kevinjmackey
Forgiveness, by Alan Baxter @AlanBaxter
Gone, by Stephen Book @StephenBook
Hancock Pool, by J. M. Strother @jmstro
Hostage, Tanya L. Schofield @tlschofield
I Only Ate Half, by Susan Sonnen @susanmuses
Impact, by Dan Powell @danpowfiction
Inspection, by netta50 @netta50
Jamie’s Home, by Eric Krause @ericjkrause
Just Words, by Susan Cross @SusanJCross
Knowing, by Lauren Cude – Lauren is not on Twitter, but you can follow her on her blog.
Maxwell the Magnificent, by Dana @ywgdana
Missed Connection, by Jennifer Jones @jentropy
Pulling Teeth, by Craig @washthebowl
Of Penguins and Men, by ganymeder @ganymeder
Rex 84 – The Beginning, by anniegirl1138 @anniegirl1138
Samantha’s Dress, by PJ Kaiser @Doublelattemama
Saved By The Yellow Light, by Jim Wisneski @Wisneski
The Best of Times, by Michelle Evans @MichelleDEvans
The Fat Man’s Chance, by Jeff Posey @AnasaziStories
The Last Pirate, by Leigh Barlow @LeighBarlow
The Ropodsteak, by Ryan Harron @rharron
The Teacup, by Laura Eno @lauraeno
The Vision, by Rosa Say @talkingstory
The Yin and The Yan of It, by Marisa Birns @marisabirns
Their First Adventure, by Kate Sherrod @KateSherrod
Viking Blood, by Anton Gully @antongully
untitled, by Kay Anna Kirby @kayannak

Please, follow the links, read and enjoy the free flash fiction on offer and leave a comment if you can.

And if you like what you read, subscribe to the #fridayflash hashtag on Twitter for more great flash fiction on Friday.