Hey everyone. I haven’t participated in Soooz Burke’s weekly flash fiction challenge in a while. Today, the muse cooperated. If you don’t know about this
Hey, everyone! Can I say that I’m loving Soooz Burke’s weekly photo prompts? They have inspired me to begin several short stories that were in
Hey, everyone! I’m so excited to join Soooz Burk’s Fiction in a Flash Challenge again. Each week, she provides a photo prompt and invites readers
Hey, everyone. Once again, I’m participating in Soooz’s weekly flash fiction prompt. Each week she shares a photo and invites writers to participate by writing
Hey, everyone. I’m excited to once again take part in Soooz Burke’s Fiction in a Flash Challenge. The rules are simple. Write a flash fiction
Hey, everyone. Over the past few weeks, I’ve read several amazing flash fiction stories prompted by Suzanne Burk’s weekly photo challenge. I decided to take
This is the continuation of a short fiction series. To read the other parts, click on the links. Here The Passenger Can’t Fight This Feeling
I haven’t done any short fiction lately but this is a continuation of a series of short pieces inspired by the WordPress daily prompts. The
This is a continuation of some short fiction pieces. To read the first part click here. The second installment is available by clicking here. He
This is a follow-up to my flash-fiction piece from last week. Another one written in first person. Not sure if I’m going anywhere with this
I haven’t posted any short or flash fiction stories since I gave up First Friday Fiction over a year ago. However, a friend recently encouraged
April slipped off her sandals, enjoying the feel of the warm white sand between her toes. The beach was nearly empty, except for a few
Allison’s mouth fell open as she looked at the man who claimed to be Cooper’s owner. His intense stare made her skin tingle. She instinctively
Early April brought the warmth of spring to Mill Creek. Snow remained in the higher elevations, but the valley had come alive with color from
Allison settled into her new life in Mill Creek in spite of some initial resistance from several of Doc Witherspoon’s older clients. He was the town’s only veterinarian for many years and some had a hard time accepting his retirement.
She realized it was hard for some people to accept change.