#SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday ‘Frosty’ #SaturdayThoughts #FlashFiction

This post was written in response to Linda Hill’s weekly Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt.  This week’s prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “-sty.” Find a word that ends in “-sty” or use the word “sty.” Enjoy! Frosty A few words have crossed my mind, such as: Nasty, but I refuse to let any … Continue reading #SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday ‘Frosty’ #SaturdayThoughts #FlashFiction

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#WritePhoto ‘Lucky!’ #FlashFiction #101words

The following Tanka was written in response to Sue Vincent’s weekly photo prompt. Join in or read other entries here! Alice’s Lucky Day Alice wasn’t enjoying the picnic. Her cousins giggled and whispered behind her back until her mother made them include her in their games. They grumbled and Chelsea said, “Count to a hundred, … Continue reading #WritePhoto ‘Lucky!’ #FlashFiction #101words

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Carrot Ranch Special Collection #FlashFiction Challenge #99Words ‘The River of Life’ #Poem

This 99-word poem was written in response to Charli Mills’ Special collection Challenge at Carrot Ranch.  January 28, 2021, Special Collection Challenge prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about life as a river of consciousness. Think about the possibilities of the prompt. Go where the prompt leads! Respond by February 11, 2021. … Continue reading Carrot Ranch Special Collection #FlashFiction Challenge #99Words ‘The River of Life’ #Poem

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#JaneEyreFF Rereading Jane Eyre in #FlashFiction

I regularly reread Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Sometimes the whole book, other times passages and it never gets old! There’s always something new I notice or think about. As this blog is called Rereading Jane Eyre and all my novels so far were directly influenced by Jane Eyre I thought I’d share my latest … Continue reading #JaneEyreFF Rereading Jane Eyre in #FlashFiction

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#WritePhoto ‘The Saxon Princess’ #FlashFiction #Netflix

The Saxon Princess, a 112-word flash fiction, was written in response to Sue Vincent’s weekly photo prompt. Join in or read other entries here! The Saxon Princess Princess Judith hid behind the huge rock and retrieved her slaughtered father’s dagger.  The entire village watched her run to the mountains, her wedding dress trailing behind. No … Continue reading #WritePhoto ‘The Saxon Princess’ #FlashFiction #Netflix

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Carrot Ranch #FlashFiction Challenge #99Words ‘Wish upon a star’

This 99-word flash fiction piece was written in response to Charli Mills’ weekly challenge at Carrot Ranch. Thanks Charli for the prompt! January 21, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that rephrases “light at the end of the tunnel.” Think of how the cliche replacement communicates a hopeful ending and … Continue reading Carrot Ranch #FlashFiction Challenge #99Words ‘Wish upon a star’

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#WritePhoto ‘The Chess Game’ #FlashFiction #300Words

The Chess Game “This year we’re having a different Christmas,” my grandmother said as she moved her pawn to the side, capturing mine. “Why did you do that?” I asked. She pushed her glasses up and raised her eyebrows. “I had to, didn’t I?” “You could have ignored it.” I sulked. She chuckled. “And let … Continue reading #WritePhoto ‘The Chess Game’ #FlashFiction #300Words

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