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Once again Rochelle Wisoff-Fields provides us with a photoprompt for the Friday Fictioneer challenge. You can find out more and how to join in here PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot No-one knew what happened to the occupant of Apartment 18. … Continue reading
Dylan Hughes hosts the First Line Friday challenge on alternate weeks to Jim Adams Musical challenge. You can find out more here Your line for this week is: One by one the lights of the city block winked out, the … Continue reading
Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #82 The image below is from the Google Hub Photo Frame. For the visually challenged writer, the photo is of a street lamp on the Westminster Bridge in London, looking toward Big Ben and the House … Continue reading
I’m quite enjoying these Michael! Thanks for setting the prompt. This week an upgrade in this prompt: There are two choices for you to make. “I had the oddest feeling of elation/fear/apprehension as I entered the courtroom/restaurant/ghost train.” Compose your response in prose … Continue reading
Michael’s challenge this week: This week write your response to the notion of a campfire. Most of us have experienced them or have dreamed of doing so. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2880756253 It wasn’t exactly a camp fire, but it did bring everyone together. … Continue reading
Thanks again to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting the Friday Fictioneers challenge. This week she’s given us one of her own photos to inspire us. Ten year old Ronnie looked around in awe. It was all so busy and everywhere was … Continue reading
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is our hostess for the Friday Fictioneers photo challenge. Her choice of picture is a rerun from April 2015, so new to me . © Jennifer Pendergast SECOND ATTEMPT The curtains of time drew the present parallel to … Continue reading
Many thanks to Roger Shipp who hosts the FFftPP challenge every week. You can find out more here This week’s photo: MorgueFIle March2020 5505949277945981e863844c582745fc ‘I’m telling you, this is the perfect hiding place. They’d never think to look here!’ ‘Not … Continue reading
Thanks go to Dylan Hughes for hosting the First Line Friday challenge on alternate weeks with Jim Adams music challenge. This week our picture is ‘Cigar Bar Evening Lounge’ by Brent Lynch and our first line Lush melodies drew her … Continue reading