Flash Fiction Friday – The Storm

Happy weekend, everyone! Today I started trying out a new writing site. It’s called 4TheWords and basically you defeat monsters and gain magical treasure by writing. A bit silly, but pretty cute. I used it to defeat a moth-monster by writing this: “Mama?” The gentle voice lured Annie from the depths of sleep and when her eyes blinked open, she saw Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Storm

Flash Fiction Friday – Shine

Hey guys. Super sleepy late-night flash fiction time. I did a different thing today and used a Random Word Generator for this piece. Picked the ten words option, and rerandomized them a few times until one combination popped out at me. Results are below: He’d never really been comfortable enough to express his artistics self. He’d fled from poetry into the Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Shine

Flash Fiction Friday – Three Dark Gods

Hello lovelies. Hope you all are having a good week. Mine’s been pretty good, but exhausting. My writing goal for this week is only 7 hours, and I was only at about 1 1/2 hours before I started working on this flash fiction piece. And for once, it wasn’t due to procrastination, just evening tiredness. That being said, I have been Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Three Dark Gods

Flash Fiction Friday – Mansplaining

Today, I used Seventh Sanctum‘s writing challenge generator and this line caught my eye: “During the story, a character eats something that disagrees with them.”. I find the ambiguity of the word disagree amusing, and at first I thought of talking cookies, but then, with what’s going on right now in politics, it made me think of this instead: Mansplaining “Well, Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Mansplaining

Flash Fiction Friday – The Offering

I actually wrote this yeterday but I was having some net connectivity problems and couldn’t post it before bed. So here it is now! I did something a bit different with this flash fiction piece. My boyfriend suggested that instead of using one of my regular methods of prompt generation (like Dixit cards or random generators online) I should use Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Offering

Flash Fiction F-Saturday – She Died

Another busy week, another day late flash fiction piece. No matter, at least I remembered. This one was inspired by a prompt from Seventh Sanctum’s prompt generator and written… um, in The next minute or so, on the subway. She Died She died for love,  they said. The blades fell upon her for the unbridled passion that lived in her. I Continue reading Flash Fiction F-Saturday – She Died

Flash Fiction Friday – The Final Battle

Hi guys! Hope y’all are having a lovely day. Today it’s Friday, so it’s time for some flash fiction. Today I’m doing a Dixit-inspired image prompt piece. It’s been a long while since I did one of those, don’t you think? For those of you who don’t know, Dixit is possibly my favorite board game and features amazing, fantastical illustrations Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The Final Battle

Flash Fiction Friday – Here, have some prompts!

Oh wow, it’s Friday… And it’s late. I’ve been to dinner at my parents’ house, and then I’ve been working on a birthday present for my bestie’s little girl, whose 2nd birthday party we’re going to tomorrow. It’s now 12:30 and my brain’s a bit too mushy for flash fiction I’m afraid. So instead of my usualy type of post, I’m Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Here, have some prompts!

Flash Fiction Friday – Changes

I’m totally not gonna comment on how dead my blog’s been lately. Nope. Not gonna do it. Here’s today’s Dixit card that I’m using for a flash fiction prompt: And here’s what I came up with: The scissor was heavy in her hand. She ran a fingertip along the blade, felt the bite of it’s sharpness. There’d be no going Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Changes

Flash Fiction Friday – Martyr-making

Look at me, actually remembering that it’s Friday before I’ve fallen asleep! Tonight, I don’t feel like using my beloved Dixit deck for a writing prompt, so instead I used Seventh Sanctum’s What-If-Inator and got the following prompt: What if Joan of Arc had access to CGI? And this is what I wrote: Jeanne smiled as she watched the writhing image Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Martyr-making