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Tag Archives: fandango’s flash fiction challenge
Fandango has given us a black and white picture to work with this week, and sometimes they can be more inspiring than those in vivid colour. This one’s got a dog in it. What more can I say? The photo … Continue reading
Today’s photo image from writerscentre.com. For the visually challenged writer, the image shows a man standing alone in a field gazing at number of freestanding doors.The site was perfect, it was just a matter of making the most of its … Continue reading
They say it takes a woman hours to get ready, but have they ever wondered exactly why? The makeup is flawless, not a hair out of place, a ready smile and of course, the perfect dress for the occasion. She … Continue reading
Fandango has provided the photo below from Kate Trifo at Pexels.com. for his Flash Fiction Challenge this week. It was not unusual to see runners jogging along the pier. In fact, no-one batted an eye at these two. Some even … Continue reading
The painting below is from Leonid Afremov at DeviantArt and has been chosen by Fandango for his Flash Fiction Challenge today. No story from me today, but I thought I’d share this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOqhscD0-Pg Walkin’ in the Rain with the One … Continue reading
Many thanks to Fandango for setting the Monday Flash Fiction challenge. You can find out more and join in here The photo below is from the Google Photo Frame. For the visually challenged writer, the photo is of a small, … Continue reading