Writing Prompt – JSW Prompt 9-3-2018

Response – JSW Prompt 9-3-2018   She had her reasons, reasons she couldn’t explain, not to him, not to anyone.  They were better off not knowing.  Knowing was the knowledge that placed her in this predicament to begin with.  Curiosity. Curiosity about an oddity that like a puzzle, she couldn’t put down.  The need to know […]

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U (A to Z Challenge)

  A lifetime spent with Margarita wouldn’t be enough.  Mason loved her unique style, unselfish bent, unforgettable personality in every way.  That he understood her, got her, blew his mind.  Many looked on and shrugged as a perplexed look crossed their faces.  Yet to him, she was an open book, flowing with ideas, creativity, fun […]

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R (A to Z Challenge)

  Kendal thought her ravishing.  No more the shy retiring bud, but a blossom of perfection. She’d overcome her fears, concerns, worries, fretting.  Lost in the song, she danced with passion, living the moment, in the moment.  It was heaven watching her graceful movements, flowing from delight to torture and back to grace.  Every step […]

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N (A to Z Challenge)

Jennifer had been a naughty child, not mean, cruel indifferent, just incorrigible and adventurous.  As she looked back through the years, she realized she’d probably given her parents near heart-attacks with her antics. A tomboy of the first order, there was no risk, no adventure she wouldn’t undertake.  Often playing by the forbidden railroad tracks […]

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K (A to Z Challenge)

  Jessy and Franklin had been kindred spirits since their formative years. They’d clicked, no need to try, it was there.  They spoke the same language in everything except romance going their separate ways but remained close though lovers had come and gone over the years. Jessie smiled picturing them together sitting on the beach, […]

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Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers 3-20-2018

Having carried the unconscious woman back to his campsite, he’d nestled her in his only blanket, settling her near the fire for warmth.  Although she’d stirred occasionally, she hadn’t awakened. The fire crackled and hissed quietly until a sudden burst of embers thrust into the air, sounding momentarily loud in the silence surrounding them. Suddenly […]

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