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This is in response to the Flash Fiction challenge for Aspiring Writers (75 – 175 words). Thanks to Priceless Joy and Ady for this opportunity. PJ hosts this challenge and Ady, who’s the author of the blog “The Bourne of Infinitude,” provided the inspiring photo. If you haven’t heard of or joined this challenge, please take […]
I detoured from my dark Hansel & Gretel tale for this week’s Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). Hope you enjoy! ~*~ ~*~ A big round of applause for Priceless Joy and Dawn M. Miller for presenting this challenge and photo, respectively.
I’m combining Jennifer Nichole Well’s One Word Photo Challenge (Copper) with Curtis Bausse’s Pic ‘n’ Post Challenge and the Daily Prompt (“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”). Check out their amazing posts for more details!
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 […]
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “But No Cigar.” Tell about a time things came this close to working out . . . but didn’t. Would you like the chance to try again, or are you happy with how things eventually worked out? It’s that moment when you come across an art piece and wonder […]
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.
This is my response to Priceless Joy’s photo prompted Flash Fiction challenge (75 – 175 words). It’s my pleasure to also thank Cat for the inspiring shot, too. PART ONE The world lay at Kyle’s feet as he gazed out of the seventh-story window, out over the vast lake.