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One Last Hurrah - Friday Fictioneers - 04/18/14

Welcome  to Friday Fictioneers, where writers from across the globe construct stories of 100 words (more or less). Thank you to Rochelle for her devotion and time to this group, and to this week’s photo contributor, Doug MacIlroy. 190 more words

Fiction

New Wants

I have stopped wanting things for birthdays.  I think that I was still a teenager the last time I had something that made me wiggly inside.  168 more words

Writing and Fingerprints

“We can find out if the suspect is a male or female. We can understand whether or not a person has dealt drugs or actually taken drugs” Dr Simona Francese, Project Leader, Sheffield Hallam University… 108 more words

Writing

Review: Incinerator by Niall Leonard

Source: Random House Kids/Delacorte Press – I received this in exchange for an honest review.
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Series: Crusher #2 (Companion Novel)
Edition: Hardcover, 384 Pages… 459 more words

Review

Experts Say Video Doesn't Show Amelia Earhart Wreckage

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Experts retained by an aircraft preservation group say underwater video shot in the South Pacific yields no evidence of the wreckage of the missing plane piloted by aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart. 701 more words

079

It happened on a Tuesday, the sun slants of spring easing into April and covering us in thoughts of summertime. It’s almost here. Much is almost here. 189 more words

Prose

Slip

 

For your Wednesday night post, I’m Mason and here’s a short story I wrote last year. Enjoy.

Slip

By Mason J. Torall

Eric worked as a Strategic Marketing & Innovations Consultant for a big company that sounds familiar to everyone, but no one can… 1,978 more words

Author Mason J. Torall