MINIATURE WRITING CHALLENGE #44 — Neptune

MINIATURE WRITING CHALLENGE #44       fresh water and  sea Latin and Greek can’t  agree Poseidon or me

To Break a Promise?

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. During thirty years of living together they had a few disagreements. There were the bleary eyes; the slurred words, the repeating of sentences. The sound of “I don’t… Continue reading

Six Word Story: Luck

This post is for The Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is luck.   Got the dog in the divorce.

Travel Theme: Camping

This post is in response to Ailsa’s “Where’s My Backpack” challenge. Tent camping in Kenya. My kind of camping!  

Nobody Goes To Tucson In The Summer Time

This post is written for FFfAW (Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers).   Alfred knew it was time to leave. Eleven years in a  dead end job was enough. He was still single. He… Continue reading

The Heart Murmur

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers.   Growing up he had wanted to play in all sports. Dr. Rulney didn’t like the “lub-DUPP”  sound he heard when he put his stethoscope to… Continue reading

A Wasted Twenty Eight Years

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt. I can’t believe that anyone would purchase that old building.  The road in front of the building is inaccessible to… Continue reading

It’s Time

This flash fiction story is written for Friday Fictioneers. My little story follows the picture prompt.   The decision to move his dad to Hospice care had been the most difficult decision he… Continue reading

Pull The Plug

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt. It was an unusually cool spring day in Michigan. Even the daffodils had started to flower. He needed to walk… Continue reading

A Sunday Ride

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers. My story follows the picture prompt. Enjoy! From where I lay on the asphalt Chinese Dragon balloons float by. A man stands at my feet with… Continue reading