Flash Fiction: Dancing with The Muse

 PHOTO PROMPT © Marie Gail Stratford for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. TANNILLE: I could run around naked and I still have no story.  MUSE: A secret camera in the pot plant? TANNILLE: Why would anyone dance nude in this waiting room? MUSE: Are you going to make me say … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Dancing with The Muse

Flash Fiction: Barbie’s Dream Boat

PHOTO PROMPT © C.E.Ayr for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Nothing Barbie wouldn’t do.She just wanted a choice or few.Destined to be with Ken… Can’t she have someone new? A plan hatched in her blonde head.Too devious to be true.Time to rev up the dream boat.Ken wouldn’t have a clue. On time, … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Barbie’s Dream Boat

Flash Fiction: Pandora

PHOTO PROMPT © Jean L. Hays for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. This week went Greek (mythology) again, a spin off from Hecate's story Crossroads. Pandora adored the 21st Century. The rise of online shopping, cemented the use of boxes. Sure some items were sent in satchels or envelops. She cared naught … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Pandora

Flash Fiction: Hot Air Balloon

PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Note: This week the muse returned. The prompt drove a lot of pop-culture in my mind and I couldn’t see past them... Lack of sleep doesn't help...   *** MUSE: Blanking again? TANNILLE: No not entirely. Hot air balloons remind … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Hot Air Balloon

Flash Fiction: Gremlins

PHOTO PROMPT © Ted Strutz for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Slumber parties are fun… for children. Parents on the other hand… Follow these rules to control the darlings.  1. Don’t let the kids get wet. The swimming pool creates muddy foot prints all over the house. Lock that … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Gremlins

Flash Fiction: Alien Problem

  The city stood still. A glitch in time. Cars froze on the road. Pedestrians, statues in mid-walking poses. The sound of water from the fountain echoed throughout the concrete jungle. Lights danced on the liquid mirror and reflected against the gigantic flower centrepiece. Its petals opened in slow motion. Two aliens looked around in … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Alien Problem

Flash Fiction: Defeat

PHOTO PROMPT © CEAyr for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.   The time ticks by. Keyboard waits to be tapped… Tannille and the muse battle for a story… Again... MUSE: I got nothing. TANNILLE: Me too. I keep wanting to add a bomb. MUSE: Oh I do love a good explosion. … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Defeat

Flash Fiction: Thingy Box

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.   Note: I had to read other stories to realise the box in the image is actually a fridge. HA HA!   MUSE: You’re overthinking it. TANNILLE: I know, it’s been a crap afternoon. The creative spark dead. MUSE: … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Thingy Box

Flash Fiction: Silver Lining

PHOTO PROMPT © Jeff Arnold for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.   Tannille: Damn it, I love rainbows. You’re being difficult… Muse: Me? I threw Care Bears and My Little Pony at you. Tannille: Yes and they have copy write. I suggested mythology; Norse, Irish, Greek, Chinese - take … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Silver Lining

Flash Fiction: Tap, Tap

PHOTO PROMPT © Douglas M. MacIlroy for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Tap, tap. Let me in. I know you’re watching. Your mother has sent me a message to give to you. You’re still a slob, pigs live better than you. For God’s sake bathe, scrub your hands and stop rubbing … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Tap, Tap