28 7 / 2014
27 7 / 2014
Hello there, readers! I’m posting my Friday Fictioneers a bit late this week, because it was a crazy one at work! This is the first I’ve had to time to sit and write. So pardon my lateness and enjoy the story prompted by the wonderful Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Photo by Marie Gail Stratford.
Copyright: Marie Gail StratfordLittle Victories
“I tried to tell her this client would want a bold, flashy…
18 7 / 2014
Happy Friday, readers! It’s time for Friday Fictioneers, courtesy of Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Today we’ve got an interesting photo provided by Adam Ickes, one that looks like it could have been taken at my old work place. You never knew what sort of items you could find around there…
Anyway, enjoy today’s story.
Copyright: Adam IckesPrepared For Anything…Except That
When Clarissa sneezed for the…
14 7 / 2014
This week’s Photo Challenge: Relic. When searching for the perfect answer to this prompt, my mind immediately jumped to my amazing journey to England last summer. I’ve been missing the streets of Bath in the past weeks…
This is a shot from my day visit to the Roman Bathes. If these century old stone pieces aren’t relics, I don’t know what is…
Imagine – this was made by the Romans! How…
12 7 / 2014
Hello readers! Long time no write. I know, I have been very neglectful of all of you in the blogging world. I wish I had a good excuse for you, but I don’t. I can only promise to do better!
Today’s photo is copyrighted by
22 6 / 2014
05 6 / 2014
Yay! It’s time again for Friday Fictioneers, the best time of the week (and currently the only time I seem to be able to get anything written on here…). Thank you, as always, to Rochelle for providing the prompt. Enjoy the story!
Copyright: Douglas M. MacIlroyBattery Fully Charged
It was on the news for days.
“Reports suggest this could be the biggest storm of the season….”
“Officials urge the…
30 5 / 2014
Copyright: Jennifer PendergastJust One
“Anne, don’t spend the whole day reading. You need to socialize with your peers.”
Anne sniffed and burrowed deeper into the cushion on the window seat. “The people in my books are more real to…