Category Archives: Friday Fictioneers

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Madison’s prompt for this week’s Friday fiction made me sad.            “Christmas was your favorite time of year. I hated the holiday. But not you. Every year you’d insist on putting up a damned tree. Had to be real. No … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Closet Bacon Eater

This week’s flash fiction from Madison is very unique.  I couldn’t tell what her son was doing in the picture until I read her caption that he was frying bacon on a space heater. What kind of a story could … Continue reading

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They Walk Faithfully By Our Side

Of all the pictures Madison has given us for Friday Fiction this one hit home the strongest. It resurected memories of so long ago.  I felt the leather reins in my hands. Heard the creak of saddle leather. And smelled that wonderful scent … Continue reading

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Birth of the Ghost Flower

Here is this week’s Friday Fiction’s picture. Madsion is challenging us but I love this story even if I say so myself:  The Ghost Flower                                                 Birth of the Ghost Flower Every one hundred years and only during a … Continue reading

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And on the Seventh Day . . .

It’s a good thing that my friend and sister writer, Madison Woods started Friday Fictioneers. If it wasn’t for her prompt pictures I wouldn’t be writing anything. I try and think outside the box with the pictures she gives us each … Continue reading

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The Legend of Danny O’Shea

 Dyamite   Here is my flash fiction for this Friday. The Legend of Danny O’Shea Danny O’Shea loved his emerald-eyed Kathleen and promised her a land of milk and honey in the land of the Americas. “The mountain … Continue reading

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Tripping the Circuit Breaker

Here is the picture and my story for this Friday’s flash fiction.  It is the first thing that entered my mind when I saw the picture. I confess however, I had several Captain Morgan’s! It was one of those days—the … Continue reading

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