It’s Over There

This post is written for Sunday Photo Fiction.   “I can’t find my cell phone.” “Where to you last use it?” Danny asked. “I was face timing with Betty last while I was… Continue reading

A Costly Mistake

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers.   I found the drug on the internet. It was  one tenth what it would cost in the U.S. And they would accept credit cards. What… Continue reading

Reverie

Friends and family pass by above me. They know the crippled life I led was one of misery. Wait! Don’t take me out of this reverie.   Submitted for Shapeshifting 13 # 58.… Continue reading

Close Call

This post was written for Sunday Photo Fiction. I knew she was in trouble. The sheets were sweat-soaked; her forehead was clammy and her face felt hot to my touch. She was not… Continue reading

GOLF COTERIE

A golf score that equals your age puts you into this elite Coterie.                     Written for the Grammar Ghoul Press Shapeshifting Thirteen Number 57  

Bad Daddy

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. Today was one of daddy’s bad days. I knew it when he came into my bedroom. His eyes were wet and he was smiling that nasty… Continue reading

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #100 Top & Light

This post is written for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge # 100 Top & Light.   See the light from here  Begin your trip to the top Few have gone this… Continue reading

The Walking Stick

This post is written for Sunday Photo Fiction. He had attended the hiking course just last week. It was part of his plan to get more active this year. The instructor had supplied… Continue reading

A Bargin

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt which this week is provided by Piya Singh. Some additional stories from some very talented authors can be found by… Continue reading

Roundabout

This post submitted for Sunday Photo Fiction.     “Harold, that’s the fourth time you have hit the curb this trip. And we just left Heathrow and have another 120 Kilometers to go… Continue reading