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Flying high - Friday Fictioneers

Thank you to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields who hosts Friday Fictioneers.  Each week Rochelle chooses a photo prompt to inspire writers to produce a 100 word piece of flash fiction.  143 more words

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Pockets Full 2

The girl walked towards him, chattering, rubbing her bare arms. Dzinski looked around for a blanket a jacket, but the room was empty. It wasn’t even a room, now that he looked closely. 69 more words

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Flash Fiction: Mother Vine

We’ve been without internet for the last 48 hours (seems like forever) so I have been doing a lot of writing. Probably why this story ended up considerably longer than it should have done. 1,025 more words

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How Can You Forget Reality? -FF 12-09-16

“Even with this virtual reality thingy it’s impossible to imagine,” Haley said. She slowly turned as she watched the scenery.

“You have to consider the fact no one thought it would come to them either,” John replied. 140 more words

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Desolation

They unpacked their luggage in the room on the top floor of the old house. The view was magnificent as they looked out onto the flats. 91 more words

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At Home

The other 5th graders’ desks were covered with pink and red Valentine’s cards. Hers was empty. At home, her tears were met with laughter and reminiscing of “school days”. 112 more words

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Just Remember...

Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt : Matyr.

This week, tell us about a moment in which someone asked you a question you weren’t sure how to answer, whether because you didn’t know, were too uncomfortable, or thought you might offend or confuse the other person.

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