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Fresh Fruit Delivered

From the writers’ imaginations to yours, this week we deliver fresh fruit. Summer is the ripest season for fruit, though it is not summer everywhere. 1,352 more words

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Flashes of Fiction: Memory Pyre

Hey. Tirzah here.

My character has started a new weekly challenge for me. This task is to write a flash fiction piece of no more nor fewer than 100 words (commonly known as a drabble,) based on whatever prompt I find, every Tuesday. 128 more words

#Flashcomp winner!

Very pleased to say that I’ve been chosen as one of the five winners of 1000 Words’ recent flash fiction competition :) The challenge was to write a story of 200 words or less, inspired by the photo above. 96 more words

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Turn-A-Trope Tuesday #7: “Good People Have Good Sex” – #WOEGTTT

At last! We’re back with another go at Turn-A-Trope Tuesday, where cliches don’t matter and stereotypes are challenged! As usual, the rules to this challenge are simple – take the assigned trope, and find a way to challenge what is expected, and do it in a thousand words or less. 336 more words

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Railroad Writing

Track Star

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by Charles McKelvy

Tired of waiting, the man jumped from the platform to the tracks and walked home.

He had a long, long way to go, but he was restless, irritable, and discontent, and so he was in need of a good, long walk. 154 more words

Travels With Charley

77 Ebrington Road

The car was filthy, the hose barely displacing the red gunk that clung to the bumper. Liz adjusted the nozzle, focusing the blast. Her fingers trembling, whether with the coldness of the morning or guilt, she couldn’t tell. 62 more words

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Unanswered

I had become too used to him. We kissed each other good-bye in the morning and went to work, each driving in the opposite direction. We would text each other over our dinner choices, if one or the other heard from our children or if one of us might be late. 678 more words

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