Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Breakup – Weekly Writing Challenge

Written for the Weekly Writing Challenge. A story, an interpretation of the famous “Nighthawks” painting by Edward Hopper, begins after Hopper’s painting. Genre: Science Fiction/Horror The Breakup Mitzy wasn’t so sure about Trevor anymore. Sure, he was a looker and … Continue reading

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Wedding Night – Microstories #185

“Bumping, bumping. Constant bumping!” muttered Count Dracula. He knocked on the door to the adjoining room. “Hey Frankenstein!” he called. “I realize you’re very strong and it’s been a long wait for you, but take it easy. I just electrocuted … Continue reading

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Wonderful Rhythm – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A story, about a disastrous first date, begins after the photo. Genre: Romance/Humor Wonderful Rhythm Jack pointed at the table and chairs. “It happened right there,” he smiled. “Our first date,” grinned Annette. “You had … Continue reading

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Ambulance – Mondays Finish The Story

Ambulance Little did we know that Grandpa was a collector. He patted the dusty red hood of a ’37 Chevy. “This here’s Juliette. She was an Army ambulance back in the day. Saved a stack of lives.” Grandpa Givens lovingly … Continue reading

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Halloween Decoration – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. A story, about a very unusual Halloween decoration, begins after the photo. Genre: Horror/Humor Halloween Decoration A jack o’ lantern sat on an especially dark portion of the porch. It moved slightly as Halloween revelers … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art

This week’s Photo challenge is: Cover Art. The idea is to offer up a photo that would grace a music album or book cover or something similar. Personally, I think the genius of this style was John Berg who did … Continue reading

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Illusions – Grammar Ghoul Press

Illusions Revelers dressed in bright colors, cavorted through the graveyard. Dia De Los Muertos was a happy event. A time where one celebrates relatives who had passed on, but no joy buoyed Rafaella’s heart. She’d swept Papa’s grave clean of … Continue reading

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