Flash Fiction: New Year’s Eve with the Muse

PHOTO PROMPT © Na’ama Yehuda for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. MUSE: I keep seeing clouds in my coffee. TANNILLE: OK, we could write about 2020, the year that made everyone cry? MUSE: Pfft, did that last week. Not very inspiring. I’m bored with 2020. TANNILLE: Maybe aliens will come down … Continue reading Flash Fiction: New Year’s Eve with the Muse

Flash Fiction: 2020 in the Review Mirror

PHOTO PROMPT © Trish Nankivell for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Note:Best wishes everybody! 2020 has been one hell of a ride for the planet. Here's to hoping for a better 2021! 2020 feels like being on a road to nowhere.  A dusty Pilbara route hidden by desert land. Isolated, civilisation … Continue reading Flash Fiction: 2020 in the Review Mirror

Flash Fiction: The Scarecrow

 PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. How could he do this to me?  Scarlette kicked the dirt with the toe of her shoe as she walked across the field. She gave him her heart and soul, physically bound them together. The police knocked on her … Continue reading Flash Fiction: The Scarecrow

Flash Fiction: SPLAT!

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot For Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Chronus, The Father of Time, stood at his frying pan. Bacon wafted through his dwelling. Taking time out. He chuckled at his own lame joke. Time stood still for no bastard. Mortals should stop praying to him. No dodging … Continue reading Flash Fiction: SPLAT!

Flash Fiction: Into The Labyrinth

PHOTO PROMPT © CEAyr Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Note:This week's story places the Greek mythological labyrinth in the 21st century. Other stories featuring the gods in today's world can be found here. * ~ * Ariadne, Mistress of the Labyrinth, sighed as she crouched and picked up broken rope. … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Into The Labyrinth