Today’s Friday Fiction Challenge is to write a 35 word story with the theme of “Time”. Leave your story in the comments or put a link to your page. I find it helpful to have a photo to inspire the story. His last step forward was into a time zone like no other. Time stoppedContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION CHALLENGE: The Stoppage of Time”
Her arms held her quivering knees tightly against her chest in the dark corner. Her stringy, tangled long hair continued to drip from the sudden rain shower. She ran fast, searching for anywhere to hideout, at least until the rain stopped. Refuge appeared in a small dilapidated cabin. She ducked underneath the bright yellow “Caution:Continue reading “Friday Fiction: WHISPER (120 Words)”
He brushed her sleeve as he passed by her on the crowded sidewalk. She watched him turn into the corner coffee shop. She followed. Today’s Friday Fiction is a challenge to write something fictitious using only 24 Words. Link back to this in your piece. Don’t forget to put yours in the comments! Happy Writing!
August 8, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about “the one who left the dress.” A 1940s-era dress still hangs in an abandoned house. Who left it and why? You can take any perspective and write in any genre. It can be a ghost story. Or not. Go whereContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION: The Last Day of the Dress (99 Words)”
He continued to explore the choked courtyard. Peeling away some thicket, he discovered a cast stone statue in one of the garden beds. It was an angel, chipped in various areas and struggling to make its presence known from behind overgrown wildflowers still trying to cling to life. The angel’s carved eyes peered back atContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION: Memories (344 Words)”
Meet me at the fair. That’s all the note taped to her front door said. Meet me at the fair. An ominous invitation into a world of neon lights, traveling shows and rides. She stared at the note. Her heartrate quickened. Her breaths shortened. The fair. She hadn’t been back since . . . sinceContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION: Meet me at the Fair (100 Words)”
Resting in peace, my love is buried with you.
The moon sat boastfully against the summer sky. Where is the man I have been told about?, she wondered as she searched its illuminated crescent.
The dried golden grass crunched under her feet as she walked the cemetery. Inadvertently, she stumbled upon the hidden resting place on the grounds of the deteriorating manor. The stone birdbath, worn out by time and weather, still stood peacefully on the first plot. The angel, her eyes closed in peaceful slumber, tilted her headContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION: Isabella (89 Words)”
Her final destination awaits.