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Lost Soles

This story is a response to the Challenge posted on Friday Fictioneers, which is a weekly blog link-up led by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields at Addicted to Purple. 144 more words


Grandma's Sneakers--Friday Fictioneers, 9/20/17

My grandmother’s afternoons were written on her shoes––insides rubbed to fine parchment, once shiny trim worn down to dull cowhide, shoelaces loosened for easy ingress and escape, tongues swollen, vamps dusted from her habitual circling of gravel streets in search of treasures. 71 more words

Not Forgotten #amwriting

Thanks for Rochelle for hosting Friday Fictioneers. If you’d like to participate, click here. 108 more words

Flash Fiction

Equal Opportunity Employer

Night of the Living Job Applicant, Jessica thought as the man shuffled in, clutching a scribbled resume. IT guys were scruffy, but not usually abandoned-corpse scruffy. 78 more words


#FridayFictioneers 'Dad's Shoes' #FlashFiction #100Words

I’m thrilled to be back with a new flash fiction episode for Friday Fictioneers featuring Alice and her best friend, Bill, and her parents Marsha and Kevin. 197 more words

Flash Fiction

He was going to dust off those running shoes and eat the cobwebs

He hadn’t been out for a run in a long time. He long ago stopped caring about everything including his fitness and health. What did it all matter, anyway, he thought. 130 more words


What Shoes? #FridayFictioneers

PHTOTO PROMPT courtesy of Sarah Potter

We are a bunch of enthusiastic amateur and professional writers from across the globe who love drabble-sized flash fiction so much we share our little masterpieces with one another for commenting, critiquing and enjoyment. 153 more words