Flash Fiction: Numb

PHOTO PROMPT © Sarah Potter Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. TANNILLE: Why is everything I write crap? So flat, colourless.  MUSE: You place too many restrictions on me. No more killing Muse, only be happy Muse, the world doesn’t need another sad story Muse, too dark Muse…  TANNILLE: OMG you killed … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Numb

Flash Fiction: School With The Muse

PHOTO PROMPT ©JHardy Carroll for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. MUSE: Look at what we have this week - a school snap. TANNILLE: Ugh, flash back. School was crap enough the first time round. All those ridiculous rules.  MUSE: As I recall, rules were made for breaking.  TANNILLE: Had to pass … Continue reading Flash Fiction: School With The Muse

Flash Fiction: Spitting the Dummy

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Note: A dummy is also called a pacifier in some parts of the world. Spitting the dummy is Australian for when a person acts like a baby with an outburst of over the top anger. MUSE: I keep seeing politicians. … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Spitting the Dummy

Flash Fiction: Stuck

PHOTO PROMPT – © Jennifer Pendergast Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Note: I tried so hard to continue the Greek mythology theme this week but nothing came. So to keep Dale happy The Muse made a return! *~* TANNILLE: Damn-it… Nothing. Ok, Muse take it away. MUSE: Weren’t you doing Greek … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Stuck

Flash Fiction: Doom and Gloom

PHOTO PROMPT @ A. Noni Mouse for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here. Groundhog Day. The days blended into one. No distinct feature to separate. The dishes akin to a broken record. The TV playing in the lounge room ceased offering comfort. The news promoted a daily dose of dread. Reruns of … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Doom and Gloom

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: 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: Ceramic House

PHOTO PROMPT © Dawn Miller for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.   Tunnel Vision… tick-tock. Creativity hits the wall. What is it about this house? TANNILLE: Muse? Hello? Words echo like the wind in the image. Mind’s eye, a 360 degree painting. Still nothing... Wonder where Muse is? Slaying dragons? MUSE: Just … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Ceramic House