Ruination

Welcome to my blog and the very first International Tarot Day Blog Hop! I'm thrilled and honored to collaborate with Bree Ferguson from Nym's Divination in celebration of International Tarot Day (July 8, 2017).  For this year, I was asked to contribute my thoughts for the 10 of Swords. I hope you enjoyed Attila Blaga's look at  …

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Magnificence

Coming (back) into my own. This is a response to Litebeing's Magnificent Challenge posted by Ra. I have written sparsely over the years about my family of origin. My favorite piece was part of a fictional tale crafted from the story retold every Christmas of how my grandfather came to America. The vast majority of the rest …

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Aiseiri

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, the place where Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts weekly flash fiction based on a photo prompt. The challenge is to write a complete story in approx. 100 words. The link for other entries is below. Come join us!   100 words: She looked up to see wax stretching halfway to the floor, the …

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Kidnapped!

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, the place where Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts weekly flash fiction based on a photo prompt. The challenge is to write a complete story in approx. 100 words. The link for other entries is below. Come join us! 100 words: The odd things at Bernie’s grandmother’s house fascinated Joey. It surprised him how …

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Homecoming – Part 4

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, the place where Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts weekly flash fiction based on a photo prompt. The challenge is to write a complete story in approx. 100 words. The link for other entries is at the bottom. I'm continuing a series of glimpses from a larger story begun 4 weeks ago. You can …

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Homecoming – Part 3

100 words: Kelsey gazed between branches at Jim's gaunt features. She remembered the first time she ever laid eyes on him. She remembered everything. Their journey had more twists than the limbs holding her. She wondered why Grant had brought her here, now. Why this prison? Tentatively, she reached a hand through curving trunks. Jim …

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Homecoming, Part 2

Last week's entry had a few people asking me for more of the story brewing in my head. Thankfully, this week's incredible photo prompt gave me just what I needed. Rochelle, I love your eye for photography! Friday Fictioneers - March 21101 Words Kelsey woke with a start back in the dilapidated brownstone on Twelfth …

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