Tag Archives: Mythology

A Myth Returned

In Holder Bay, people sincerely believed a mermaid lived in the waters. Every year they held a lantern festival, hoping to hear her song once more. Becka placed her phone in the lantern to guard it from sand. “The ringtone … Continue reading

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Yanking the Chain – Friday Fictioneers

Photo by: C. Hase Yanking the Chain The chain leading to the sea was massive and ancient. Each link was taller than a man. Real estate tycoon J.R. Fleming considered it an eyesore before his newly completed $2-Billion resort. Four … Continue reading

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The Wife is Always Right – The Speakeasy

The Wife is Always Right “Without a word, she dropped to the ground,” finished Grandpa. “That’s a great story, Grandpa!” said his grandson, Ekanu’tu, sitting beside him on the tree. “Tell me another!” “I don’t know. Your Grandma might get … Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers – Peace Offering

The Friday Fictioneers is a weekly challenge from Rochelle Wisoff-Fields to write a 100 word story based upon an image. To date, no one has been crucified for going over/under the word count. This week’s image is a lovely macro … Continue reading

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