All of my original romance fiction, regardless of the length.
Hello Hello, and welcome to the event that will be Genre Flashfiction February. Yes, I am a little early on this one, but week one launched on Romance. This is the response to round one prompt: Write a piece under 300 words about the moment the character realizes they are in love. Follow Dan, as…Keep reading
This was a picture prompt responses=. I know people typically go romantic at the top of the Ferris Wheel, and I decided to go another direction. This is the story of Georgia who decides to deliver the bad news at during the 2 minute romance stop. My first attempt at this was a 1200-word story,…Keep reading
This was a micro fiction challenge, under 250 words, but written in the form of letters. It was supposed to be a challenge in terms of character voice, and I am not sure I nailed it, but these are two unsent letters. It’s another one that is not so happy. Sorry guys, Greg, You are…Keep reading
Sorry for the delay, I thought I had scheduled this for release….but apparently not. The response to this weeks six-sentence story prompt and a continuation of last weeks story, this was written for the word prompt of CANVAS. I worked it a few times, but it still isn’t quite what I wanted. Tell me what…Keep reading
If you haven’t listened to The Amazing Devil, I highly recommend them, their song “Elsa’s Song” was the inspiration for this one, along with Girlontheedge’s six-sentence-prompt BOOK. This is what I would say is a Dystopian piece about something doing something against the rules, for all the right reasons. Elsa could hear nothing over rushing…Keep reading
What you may notice this year is a prevailing theme of murder in my stories. I was watching Prodigal Son, Criminal Minds, and Perception when I was writing a lot of my stuff up and apparently it sunk in. If murder isn’t your thing, look for murder in the tags. This one is a “murder…Keep reading
This is a short story based on a prompt someone shared that went something like “If heartbreak creates a hole in your heart, describe the grand canyon.” This is one of the pieces I am not happy with. I feel like its a summary of a longer work, and I can’t quite get past that…Keep reading
This is for week two of The Writer’s Mess August Event of celebrations. I took this weeks theme of Marriage/Commitment/Divorce, one of the prompts “A vow renewal and why they are doing it”, and the picture below. I wrote a six sentence story with a little bit of a sad/dark twist at the end depending…Keep reading
This one was another Jimmie prompt, but to add a level of complexity I was challenged to write a happy story, rather than a sad one. It was actually quite difficult for me, so I am thinking I am going to stick to happies for for few of these and hopefully develop that a little…Keep reading
I originally wrote this work for Reedsy.com based on the prompt “Write about someone who books a bargain vacation, only to be told when they arrive that they need to share a hotel suite with a stranger.” because I was dying to write the, “and there was only one bed cliche.” When I realized there…Keep reading
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