Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about paparazzi and the Royal Family, begins after the photo.
Genre: Speculative Fiction/Humor
Good to be Queen
There were rules…
The Royal family isn’t responsible for Paparazzi’s injuries during unauthorized photo taking.
The King and his staff may not take physical action against Paparazzi.
The oft-bridled passion of Julius and Esme found a rare moment for expression. He lifted her onto the table before the mirror. Esme’s panties went down, Julius went up, and…
King Julius saw the photographer’s reflection as he snapped away pictures outside the window.
“Darling, would you…?”
Queen Esme drew a laser pistol from her garter. Aiming carefully, the paparazzi’s camera heated, then shattered explosively. The paparazzi howled.
“Queens are NOT staff,” murmured Julius.
“It’s Good to be Queen,” grinned Esme.
Each week, the Friday Fictioneers meet for fun and frolic in the literary sense, and write up to 100 words of flash fiction from a photo prompt presented by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Sorry, Rochelle, I went slightly over 100 this time around. I hope you’ll forgive me. Look here for more great stories based on the photo above: http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/tag/friday-fictioneers/