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Much thanks to the beautiful Priceless Joy for hosting Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words) and Iain Kelly for providing the inspiring photo prompt this week. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please check out PJ’s blog for more details and entertaining entries. You won’t regret it. * Now, […]
It’s my pleasure to thank Priceless Joy for this photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). And thanks to pixabay.com for the free photo. This is a continuation from this prompt and this one, but all of my pieces can be read as standalones. These Memories Won’t Give Me Peace (Hansel’s POV) The clown sucks up snot and spits in […]
A big thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and David Stewart for this photo prompted challenge for Friday Fictioneers (100 words or less). This is my first post into the weekly event, so I’m excited to merge this flash fiction with my own Friday feature (Speak Up! Friday Quotes) where I bring up topics that I believe need to be discussed (previous […]
It’s my pleasure to thank Priceless Joy for this photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). And a big thanks to Vanessa Rodriguez for the second photo. This is a continuation from last week’s prompt, but both pieces can be read as standalones. I Can Fix This . . . (Hansel’s POV) I’d truly believed […]
It’s my pleasure to thank Priceless Joy for this photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). I’d also like to thank pixabay.com for this ominous shot. Alice’s POV “Missed me already?” Hansel’s acidic words drip down from the cage suspended above.
This photo-prompted flash fiction is in response to Jennifer Nichole Well’s One Word Photo Challenge She wrapped the red towel around her glowing skin. Her reflection stared back in the mirror edged with steam. She ran a finger across the smile that’d been playing on her brown and pink lips all day.
In response to Priceless Joy’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). An extra special thanks to PJ for the marvelous photo, too. The air around him vibrated. Today was the day.