I hope that our fiction challenge hosts do not mind my combining challenges today, but it all seemed to fit so well. Earlier this week, Rochelle’s photo was one of sliced wood – then the Sunday Photo Fiction had wood chips in a wheelbarrow (pic from dawn Miller), and then our traveling Pegman stopped off … More Triple Shot Fiction
Today is Super Bowl Sunday and I thought it would be fitting to join in with H.J.’s RED ZONE theme…. (his Cardinal Red Zone, which he does every Saturday- here is the latest post). This little winter display is in the hallway at a small local library. One of my goals for this coming years … More Sunday Trees in the Red Zone (Cardinal Red Zone that is…)
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Going to Bristol (Fiction word count: 150) Hey baby, guess what? Boss is sending me to Bristol. I can stay three extra days with a generous personal spending fund. Want to come? “No thanks.” Are you sure? “I have THREE to-do lists combined into one. I’m a sit-in judge for Perka, and need to prep … More Going to Bristol, Baby (#whatpegmansaw fiction)
Thanks to Ruth for this nice idea to bake up some Granny Smith apples. Her post is here. And thanks to Linda for these: . . . . .
Happy Thursday. To join in with Thursday Doors with Vasco da Frampton, um I mean Norm 2.0, I have two doors “looking out.” And now – part 2 Have you ever wondered what door colors might suggest? Here is one author’s take on door color meanings: In case you cannot read the sheet (it is … More Thursday Doors – Looking out and Door color meanings
Hello Readers, it is time for a Friday Fictioneers post. Sandra Crook’s “derelict Building” photo was selected as this week’s prompt. As I looked at the building, I thought “What if… what if there was a nice eatery inside this place?” I was already thinking about using an image of some beer taps for the … More Best Beer and Sandwiches in Town (Friday Fictioneers and WPC)
Hello Readers – I am combining fiction challenges this week. First, over at What Pegman Saw (here) – Pegman is exploring Pico Duarte, Dominican Republic. The challenge is to write a fiction piece of 150 words (or less) inspired by the current location. I was pondering what to write about when the news came in that Genesis … More Dear Mr. Smith…(What Pegman Saw and Friday Fictioneers)