the story is below the photo but to those who write Friday Fictioneers stories, do you hate having to log into the Inlinkz site every week to get the code for the “blue frog” button? There is an easier way.
The code is always the same. The only difference is the six-digit number in it. If you save the code in a word document, you can reuse it every week, only changing those six digits. You find them by clicking on the blue frog on Rochelle’s post. The Inlinkz URL looks this:
Those last six digits are the unique numbers for this week’s group.
Here is the code (at least if you have blog through WordPress; the others are slightly different). Replace those six digits with the new ones and it’s good for the new week.
<!– start InLinkz script –>
<a href=”http://new.inlinkz.com/luwpview.php?id=497352″ rel=”nofollow”><img style=”border: 0;” src=”http://www.inlinkz.com/img/wp/wpImg.png” alt=”” />
Maybe you already do that, but it’s just a quick way to save a step when you’re trying to get your story up and start being read.
I cut through Pine Park and came across a slushy stump, the remnant of our winter tyrant, Frostymandias.
After months of winter, people cried out for relief and with the perversity of frost-bitten minds, we made the thing we loathed: a god of ice so that we could beg him in person to leave.
Offerings of icicles were stuck anonymously in the snow, but Frostymandias only glared down, laughing at our puny supplication. He was cold, biting, eternal.
But then spring came.
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A bird landed on the stump and dropped some grass: a toupee for a bald and melting god.