Gesundheit! – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.

 


Image © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Rochelle’s permission.


Gesundheit!

We’re held at Fairbanks airport: me, my fellow researchers, and everyone else who was in contact. The large windows show guards outside. We’re quarantined.

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Bubble, Bubble… – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.

 


Image ©Valerie J. Barrett Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Valerie J. Barrett’s permission.


Bubble, Bubble…

Miranda glared at her kettle. Why didn’t the spell work?

Everyone in her class had mastered it, their kettles creating a cacophony of whistles. Only hers was silent.

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My Spaceship Knows Which Way To Go – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Ceayr. Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Ceayr’s permission.


My Spaceship Knows Which Way To Go

This was my home, the place where I grew up, where I learned about the world. Re-creating it in VR was a mistake. It constantly reminds me of my self-delusions of belonging.

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Project 10K (P10K) May 2019

 

You’ll find the rules and some of the earlier badges on the Project 10K Page.

How was your May? Did you have a chance to write? Did important things prevent you from writing? Tell us all about it.

Here are our standard questions:

Do you need a little incentive for writing more regularly? Then this project is for you.

1. Did you meet your writing/editing goals?
2. Did you have fun writing?
3. Did the P10K help with motivation?
4. Anything else you want to tell us, questions you want to ask?

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Figment – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Susan Eames. Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Susan Eames’ permission.


Figment

There he is again.

Is he a ghost? An apparition? I‘ve no idea.

All I know is that he isn’t real–not corporeal, I mean. That’s what it’s called, isn’t it?

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The Quiet Ones – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Roger Bultot. Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Roger Bultot’s permission.


The Quiet Ones

“Our species doesn’t deserve to survive.”

“What makes you say that?”

“Look at us. Wars, mass killings. It never ends.”

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Project 10K (P10K) April 2019

 

You’ll find the rules and some of the earlier badges on the Project 10K Page.

I should be sitting on my broom and flying around Blocksberg tonight, it’s Walpurgis Night after all. And what am I doing instead? That’s right, reporting in on my April writing projects, which, I admit, is a lot more comfortable than sitting on a broom. It’s not that warm here yet.  So, long story short, how did you do in April? Did you have a chance to write? Did important things prevent you from writing? Tell us all about it.

Here are our standard questions:

Do you need a little incentive for writing more regularly? Then this project is for you.

1. Did you meet your writing/editing goals?
2. Did you have fun writing?
3. Did the P10K help with motivation?
4. Anything else you want to tell us, questions you want to ask?

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Letter to Posterity – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Sandra Crook Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Sandra’s permission.


Letter to Posterity

For over a century humanity thought that it had tamed nature.

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Communication Blackout – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Dale Rogerson Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Dale’s permission.


Communication Blackout

His mood was as dark as the sky.

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Retreat – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.


Image © Roger Bultot Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires Roger Bultot’s permission.


Retreat

You went to the retreat in the old abbey to get reaquainted with your soul.

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