Photo credit, Poison, by Victoria Frances. Here's another short story using this picture prompt. I wrote for #WordingWednesdays, the online writing group on MeWe, I call it The Last Parade. "Don’t you think a black cat is a bit too--stereotypical?” Sidney asked, raising his eyebrows high. “Why not a dog, or better yet, a robot … Continue reading The Last Parade
Halloween was this past Wednesday. So, for #WordingWednesdays in my online writing group on MeWe,we used this picture prompt. It is a tapestry titled The Unicorn in Captivity, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here is my short story, written with Halloween in mind. Old Lady of the Loom “But, Papa, I want a real … Continue reading Old Lady of the Loom
Photo credit, "A Cat's Rendezvous" by Edouard Manet "Mornin, Sarge." Rascal's voice was tight. I could tell he felt things were still a little reserved between us after last week. He sauntered to me from behind, then stopped to scratch an ear nervously with a back paw. "Rascal," I purred, nodding my greeting. The sun … Continue reading Stakeout: A Cat Noir
The little mining town of Bellview, population 1,693, eventually got used to Henry Tingle. Since he was old enough to walk, stares followed him and whispers travelled quickly down sidewalks, passed through homes, and around stores aisles about his strangeness. Henry learned early how to pretend not to see or hear them. Still, he saw … Continue reading Henry Tingle’s Christmas Wish
So this a thing, now. Saturday Scenes. It's a great private community on google plus... I am a new member of #SaturdayScenes. The group is private. BUT, all that is involved for anyone wanting to join is search #SaturdayScenes in the communities and ask to join. I was recently promoted to moderator in this community. (I've … Continue reading There is strength in writing numbers.