Friday Auctioneers: Sold!

Friday Fictioneers is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields who provides us with a photo prompt. Each week's challenge is to write a 100-word story inspired by the photo. There's also a frog involved. This week's is an odd one. I'm not sure why anybody would see this and feel an undeniable compulsion to photograph it then... Continue Reading →

#FFFC: PT-3,000

This is a new one for me. This is Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #23. I got in a little late. It's better late than later. I like challenges and the picture that went along with this one. It took me somewhere dark. Courtesy Johannes PT-3,000 The sun peeking through the trees caught his attention.... Continue Reading →

In case you've missed them, all my A To Z Challenge writings are gathered and streamlined for reading convenience. Rushing right along, here's K. I might not even have time for tomorrow's. L may be late and lame or completely left out. I have to go out of town for a ridiculously rushed, busy weekend.... Continue Reading →

#TellTaleThursday: Bugged

This was written for me, but I'll share it with you via #TellTaleThursday with Anshu & Priya because I am a gentleman. This week's prompt is "You find an electronic bug in your home," which I, of course, took way too literally. Bugged "I first noticed the bugs in June. I assumed they were ordinary... Continue Reading →

A To Z Challenge: Laura Juarez

Catch up on all my previous installments here. For today's installment of the A To Z Challenge, we're going by Laura's surname. This is a look into some of the anti-alien sentiment that still exists around the time of the refugee's release from quarantine. This is a precursor to one of my favorite chapters in... Continue Reading →

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