Finding Ways to Stay Filled Inside (What Pegman Saw entry for Angola)

Happy Monday Bloggers,  Time to share a flash fiction entry for What Pegman Saw.  I also want to remind you that there are about 15 weeks left in 2019 – so maybe now is the time to strategize for how you want this year to end. More on that after the fiction.  This week, the Pegman has … More Finding Ways to Stay Filled Inside (What Pegman Saw entry for Angola)

MONDAY BLOOMS & GRIT for ANOTHER HIT (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction)

Hello Readers, joining in with Carrot Ranch (HERE) flash fiction. The prompt this week is to write a short fiction (99words) about GRIT. First – here are some Monday Blooms that remind me of Grit Here is my flash fiction for Grit: . Title: ANOTHER HIT Fiction word count: 99 Marcel Sat down Stirred his tea … More MONDAY BLOOMS & GRIT for ANOTHER HIT (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction)

Photos of a Dolphin Named Han (What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction)

Happy Weekend Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw, which brings us to SINGAPORE (here) for this week’s FLASH FICTION writing challenge. Here is the photo prompt for today’s fiction: _ Photos of Han Genre: Realistic Fiction Word Count: 150   “Move right, slowly….” Sliding two steps over, I lifted my arm, allowing the hidden … More Photos of a Dolphin Named Han (What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction)

Finding a Spark in Riga, Latvia (What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw, which brings us to Riga, Latvia for this week’s FLASH FICTION writing challenge. Here is the photo prompt for today’s fiction: _ Finding a Spark in Riga (fiction word count: 150) When work becomes familiar, it can lose its spark. I was getting paid to write about Riga’s Art … More Finding a Spark in Riga, Latvia (What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction)

SWEET SWEET SONG (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction) and a few Comics

__ Title “Sweet Sweet Song” Fiction word count: 99   “Really? You did it? Officially took the new job and put in notice?” Yeah, baby.  We can move for the new job as early as next month.  Exhaling, hands across face, Lisa sat down, pulled her hair back saying, “I cannot believe how sweet this feels.” I … More SWEET SWEET SONG (Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction) and a few Comics

Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw, which brings us to the Florida Keys for this week’s challenge. Here is the photo prompt for today’s fiction: _ Ghost Laid At Last (fiction word count: 150) .. “It’s all in your mind. You see what you expect to see,” Edward replied as flames grew higher, … More Ghost on Nancy Hanks Laid At Last (What Pegman Saw)

Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada(What Pegman Saw)

Happy Saturday Readers,  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us to Manitoba, Canada Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction: _ Reminder – this is FICTION _ Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm (fiction word count: 150) .. Janet, I’m soon to depart this world. Need to confess. You … More Van Gogh’s Potato Eaters Painting on a Potato Farm in Manitoba, Canada(What Pegman Saw)

Stopped Complaining (What Pegman Saw in Loxton, South Australia)

  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us this week to Loxton in the Riverland region of South Australia. Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction: _   Today’s 150-word fiction was inspired by the above photo and this little snippet: “Loxton is a town on the River Murray with a population … More Stopped Complaining (What Pegman Saw in Loxton, South Australia)

Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (What Pegman Saw in Portsmouth, UK)

  Joining in with What Pegman Saw fiction challenge, which brings us to Portsmouth Harbor in the United Kingdom this week.  Here is the photo prompt for today’s 150-word fiction:   _   Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (fiction word count: 150) . Small leaders need others to be small when D. was demoted he then … More Small Leaders Need Others to be Small (What Pegman Saw in Portsmouth, UK)