Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge to write a 200-word story based on a photo prompt. This week's photo is courtesy of SPF contributor, Fandango. If you are interested in contributing your own story, or to see what others have written, please visit Sunday Photo Fiction Across the water, Elena longed for the Great … Continue reading The Shining City
A desperate Kate Billingsly takes drastic measure to rid herself of an old acquaintance.
Friday Fictioneers is a weekly challenge to write a complete story in 100 words or less based on a photo prompt. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting this challenge and Russell Gayer for this week’s photo prompt. Give me land, lots of land, under starry skies above. Don’t fence me in…. Music blared through the … Continue reading Willie and Gene
When a couple's car breaks down in the middle of the desert, survival at any cost becomes the order of the day.
Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge to write a 200-word story based on a photo prompt. The photo this week was taken by a friend of mine who wished to remain anonymous This was not how it was supposed to work. Bill had looked forward to retirement; delayed gratification after years of frugality and … Continue reading The Bargain
Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge to write a 200-word story based on a photo prompt. The photo this week is was taken by C.E. Ayr in Glasgow, Scotland. My story is a bit quirky. I hope it is equally enjoyable. “Ever been to Scotland, Conrad?” The question surprised me, producing a blank look … Continue reading Men in Kilts
Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge to write a 200-word story based on a photo prompt. The photo this week is was taken at the Raton Pass Motor Inn, on Route 66. Each room has a different theme, and this week's photo was taken in the Pin-Up Girl room. The Raton Pass Motor Inn … Continue reading La Chapa
Andre screeched like a cat with its tail caught in the door as he stared in disbelief at the monstrosity in front of him. His own career was also at stake. Why had placed all his hope in one artist, Paul Best.
Grady had one goal in life: to make his wife Emma was happy.
Good Sunday Morning. I missed last week's Sunday Photo Fiction challenge due to other priorities but glad to be back this week. This week's photo is one of my own, taken near the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma city. For those who don't know, Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge, hosted by yours … Continue reading Little Pink Houses