Tag Archives: Fiction

Sleight of Heart

  He said it could quite possibly be the most important text he’d ever sent (to her), and would she like to meet him at The Bamboo Hut for an early dinner. Hell, yeah, she would! With her wild heart pounding, Renée texted back saying she would be there at 6:00. What could it be? […]
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The Plan

It’s Wordle 382 at the Sunday Whirl! Geoffrey was late for everything, so it was no surprise that he missed the last train to BFE. The next one was scheduled for 9:00 pm that night. “But that’s three hourrrrrs from now…” Geoffrey whined to the ticket person—Sybil, according to her name tag. “I knowwww…,” she […]
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Waiting

This week’s visual prompt at 3LineTales is the image below. What is taking them so long? Maybe I should call back just to remind them, but I don’t want to be a pain in their collective asses. On the other hand, waiting eight months for AAA to come & change a flat is a little […]
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New Crescent Moon

It’s First Line Friday over at the MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie Blog. The first line of our story or poem will be “Summer died that night.” Summer died that night. Logically, I knew it had to happen. But when it did, it felt like a sucker punch. For a split second, I didn’t see it coming. I’d […]
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Candle Mustard

It’s the Tale Weaver challenge at MindLoveMisery Menagerie: Imagine you open your mail and discover the above invitation. Weave a tale in which you explore what a Grartor party might be. Let your imagination guide you, go where the prompt leads you. Please limit your responses to 500 – 600 words. The mail carrier had […]
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