Brought to You by the Letter S (Friday Fictioneers)

Time to join in with Friday Fictioneers. Here is the photo: Photo credit -© Jilly Funell Here is the fiction: Genre: Realistic fiction (and humor) Word Count: 100  Title: Brought to You by the Letter “S”   Sheila, a Seahawks fan from Seattle, stopped shopping and was now sidelined, sitting on the stairs, and sad in … More Brought to You by the Letter S (Friday Fictioneers)

“Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull me Back In” (Friday Fictioneers)

Time to join in with Friday Fictioneers. Here is the photo: Here is the fiction: Genre: Realistic fiction Word Count: 100  Title: Pull Me Back In   I quietly stood there – with an inner sense of fueled fervor. More than an adrenaline rush – it was grounded focus – knowing I was doing what I … More “Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull me Back In” (Friday Fictioneers)

Wellness NOT Stuff (Friday Fictioneers)

Hello Readers. It is time for a Friday Fictioneers post. This week Rochelle has selected an image from J Hardy Carroll. The picture first reminded me of misc. hand-carved items family members used to have: kitchen trivets, five-hook shelves, etc.  Then, the vertical blinds stood out. They might be good quality, but they reminded me of the cheap, … More Wellness NOT Stuff (Friday Fictioneers)

Don’t be Nebbish (What Pegman Saw in Resolute Canada)

This week Pegman takes us back to the “Great White North” Resolute Canada. This is my photo prompt: This is my fiction genre: Realistic Fiction with  attempt at Humor   Title: Don’t be a Nebbish  (word count: 150)   Dude, you’re a Nebbish.   A Nebbish? Is that negative person?   Sorta. It’s an old … More Don’t be Nebbish (What Pegman Saw in Resolute Canada)

 Medvedev’s Interior (What Pegman Saw in the Ukraine)

This week Pegman takes us to Pripyat, Ukraine. The challenge is to write up to 150 words inspired by the location. From wiki: “Pripyat is a ghost town in northern Ukraine, near the Ukraine-Belarus border. Named after the nearby Pripyat River, Pripyat was founded on 4 February 1970, as the ninth nuclear city in the Soviet Union. … More  Medvedev’s Interior (What Pegman Saw in the Ukraine)