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Friday Fiction - Reindeer Games

The holidays are just around the corner. Here’s a little tale written by me and my daughter Ronni. Enjoy!

The Reindeer Games

By Debbie Manber Kupfer and Ronni Kupfer… 116 more words

Microfiction #writephoto: Celebration

This is for Sue Vincent’s photo prompt.

The old folk said nothing when they sauntered past in their baggy, tatty-looking clothes, their piercings, tattoos, shaven heads, long plaits or thick beards, all laughing, jabbering about mother goddesses and earth renewal. 675 more words


Flash Fiction Friday: The Numbers

“458, 3701, 3, 2, 1.”

Stella joined Rocky in his walk as he counted his numbers.

“Morning, Rocky.” She adjusted her backpack on her shoulders and kicked a stone on the crumbled sidewalk. 674 more words

Three Lines Tale: Say Cheese

He is a young heart with an old soul, collecting antiques since he was a little boy. 38 more words


Gander at the Mannequins - Carrot Ranch - 12-8-16

“I told you Mandy had a mannequin figure!” Joel said to Mike.

“Wow you are right!” Mike said. He took his third gander at the Christmas display in the department store window. 80 more words

Fiction Writing


They arrived at the airport in Florida and realized just how mad their parents are going to be. It’s not like Tom and Shelly planned on doing it. 87 more words

Friday Fictioneers -- What to believe?

Darryl stared me straight in the eye. “He swam off with a mermaid on Christmas Day.”

I jotted two words on my pad — Deluded? Denial? 94 more words