Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘micro fiction’ Category

He tried to convince her to go out with him. She kept listing all the negative experiences she had been through. All ended badly; some began badly, never getting off the ground. He kept trying.

“I’m sorry. I’ve learned my lesson. There will be nothing but platonic relationships for me.”

He pleaded. “I’m different. You’ll see. Good and bad do exist.”

Micro Mondays is a weekly blog link up hosted by Varad. The prompt is “good and bad do exist” and the word limit is 61 words. Go check it out here. There’s still time to join us this week.

Read Full Post »

This week’s Micro Monday prompt to be used word for word, is “but there was a criminal.” The length for this week is thirty-three words. You can find the scoop here

Melanie realized that not only had it not been an accident, but there was a criminal out there. He couldn’t go free. She was going to find him. This was her mission now.

Read Full Post »

© Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

© Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Some vacation!  Others go south to warm, sunny places..They go back to school with pictures and post cards; souvenirs and stories of the places they visited. Suntans. Sunburns. They might even go back to school with new romantic interests. Others have adventures on their vacation.

Me? I went north. I get to sit in a motel, watch the rain, and wait for you to come see me.  That’s what I get on my vacation: minutes with you; a view of the parking lot; rain. It’s my fault. I’m the one that settled for the stolen moments, tucked away like this.

Word count: 100

________

This is in response to Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneer photo prompt. Each week she posts a photo prompt and challenges her readers to write a 100 word story.  It’s fun!  Give it a try!  Go here to get the rules and link your 100 word response.  

Read Full Post »