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Tag Archives: Friday Flash Fiction
The influx of some spring-like (and summerish) weather doesn’t combine well with putting your butt in the chair and writing. The lure of outside is too strong. Yes, yes, I know I can take the laptop outside and enjoy the … Continue reading
Friday again, and that means Friday Fictioneers–a great reason to look forward to the weekend. This week’s story is more personal than my usual fare, but the picture connected precisely with an event in my life that happened thirty years … Continue reading
Writing can be the strangest occupation ever, especially when you’re dealing with a prompt–a word or a picture –someone else provides. Since I’ve been participating in Madison Woods’ Friday Fictioneers’ 100-word flash fiction, I’ve been amazed how one picture can … Continue reading
The Friday Fictioneers took Christmas off, and the break was obviously inspirational for our Flash Fiction guru, Madison Woods. She found an amazing photo to spark our 100-word flash fiction. Here it is: And here’s my exactly 100-word story–with the … Continue reading