After the shotgun wedding, it wasn't long before their love began to fade like cheap hair dye.
This week at Friday Fictioneers, Rochelle has chosen the photo below as or writing prompt. 100 words. Sylvia was one of those people who made friends wherever she went. Real friends — not the superficial kind in which one outgrows the other. After Sylvia started a couple of kitchen fires, her children decided it was [...]
Once again it's time for Chelsea Ann Owens' Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest. Our writing prompt is Springtime and my terrible poem is below. Springtime in the Dirty South don't last fer long Well hush my mouth! Magnolia trees are the best part smell so fresh an' sweet ain't like Bubba-Jean's dirty feet. Tiny [...]
This week at Friday Fictioneers, Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields has chosen the image above by Jeff Arnold as our writing prompt. When her Aunt Mia passed away, Cara was surprised to learn that she had been included in the will. She’d seldom seen her aunt and didn’t feel as though she even knew her. When the box [...]
This week at Friday Fictioneers, Rochelle has chosen the above image © J Hardy Carroll, as our 100-word writing prompt. The popular kids hung out at Rockin' Roger's: football players, cheerleaders — all the pretty people. Rhonda was none of the above and didn’t frequent Rockin' Roger's. Even if she were one of the popular [...]