Tag: Friday Fictioneers

  • Flash Fiction – Abduction

    Flash Fiction – Abduction

    Friday Fictioneers – April 4, 2018 – photo by Dale Rogerson Abduction “Don’t let go of my hand or you may get lost.” My hands were so little and the crowd of holiday shoppers were pushing against us like the crashing of waves. It should have been no surprise that I couldn’t hold on. I […]

  • Flash Fiction – Going Against the Grain

    Flash Fiction – Going Against the Grain

    Friday Fictioneer – March 28, 2018 – photo by Fatima Fakier Deria Going Against the Grain Sitting under the tree sipping sweet tea, I began to strategize how I would tell them. Traditional southern bells are supposed to follow unwritten rules. Honesty is not on the list of rules. Soon mama and daddy will join […]

  • Flash Fiction – To Grandmother’s House We Go

    Flash Fiction – To Grandmother’s House We Go

    Friday Fictioneers – March 21, 2018 – Photo By Bjorn Rudberg To Grandmother’s House We Go “Slow down!” yelled Margaret with her eyes closed. “Calm down, Maggie. I am going the speed limit.” Joe stayed calm as he rounded each curve. The kids were asleep in the back seat and were used to their mother’s […]

  • Flash Fiction – Mystery Above

    Flash Fiction – Mystery Above

    Friday Fictioneers – March 20, 2018 – photo by Ted Strutz Mystery Above “I last saw her here.” Jack said adjusting his lease making sure that he gets the shot. “It only seems to appear when there are no clouds or wind. You would think that with all that technology they could come whenever they […]

  • Flash Fiction: Knock Out

    Flash Fiction: Knock Out

    Friday Fictioneers – February 27, 2018 – Photo by J Hardy Carroll “Tommy sent me,” I said without a smile as I stared into his eyes. “Alright, son. Knock yourself out.” He threw a pair of gloves at me with a look that said he had no faith in me. I put them on slowly, […]

  • Flash Fiction: Plucking at Her Heart

    Flash Fiction: Plucking at Her Heart

    Friday Fictioneers – February 21, 2018 – Photo by Maria Gail Plucking at Her Heart “Does he love me? Does he love me not?” Sandy whispered as she ceremonially plucked petals from the flower. Now that she was in her thirties, it seemed silly to be picking flowers to seek the answers she so desired. […]

  • Flash Fiction: Escaping Paradise

    Flash Fiction: Escaping Paradise

    Friday Fictioneers – February 9, 2018 – Photo by JS Brand Escaping Paradise After shoveling almost a foot of snow in negative temperatures, she was ready to give it all up. It’s not to say that she didn’t love growing up with all of the seasons, but as she heaved with burning lungs, she was […]

  • Flash Fiction: Carved in Time

    Flash Fiction: Carved in Time

    Friday Fictioneers – January 31, 2018 Photo by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields Carved in Time “They cut it down!” Martha cried. Allen tried to console his love with a soft touch. He didn’t know exactly what to say. That tree had always been there. Fifty years ago they shared their first kiss under that tree. On their […]

  • Flash Fiction: Explosive Memories

    Flash Fiction: Explosive Memories

    Friday Fictioneers – January 25, 2018 Explosive Memories Lucy felt sick to her stomach when she saw the dilapidated building on the news. She thought she had gotten far enough away from her past, but here it was being broadcasted to millions of homes. Memories that she had suppressed long ago were coming flooding back. […]

  • Flash Fiction: Funland

    Flash Fiction: Funland

    Friday Fictioneers – January 17, 2018 Using the photo prompt above submitted by J Hardy Carroll, write a flash fiction that is 100 words or less. Funland They were closing down the old amusement park. As children, my twin sister and I would spend all our chore money there. When we were old enough, we […]