The Dare

I’m early this week! Yippee! Thank you as always to Rochelle for hosting Friday Fictioneers!

Since “paranormal” seems to be winning in my NaNoWriMo poll (see here), I thought I’d better start practicing.

 

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The Dare

Me afraid? Just because it’s Halloween, pitch-black, and the wind slides leaves like skeletal feet on concrete, and I’m alone in the haunted castle? Noooooo. Continue reading

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Seashell of Life

Getting this in just under the wire. Thanks to Rochelle for Friday Fictioneers! 🙂

 

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FaLaLaLaLa Foul Play

Yay, it’s time for Friday Fictioneers! Thank you, Rochelle!

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FaLaLaLaLa Foul Play (99 words)

 

Oh, how I love Christmas murder mystery! Tonight, we’re doing FaLaLaLaLa Foul Play, and I’m playing Bad Elf 1. Continue reading

Evolution #amwriting

So many, many thanks as always to the multi-talented and wonderful, Rochelle, for providing us with Friday Fictioneers!

 

Evolution

I have made sure all elements of the evening are perfect, as Wyatt requested. Tastefully decorated tree. Choral music. Pomegranate martinis. Continue reading

I Do-plicity?

It has been a tremendously long time since I’ve taken part in the FFfAW challenge. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate!

This week’s photo prompt is provided by Michelle DeAngelis.

 

I Do-plicity?

Do I have a sign on my head that says: world’s biggest fool? Continue reading

Structural Integrity

Thank you to Rochelle for bringing us Friday Fictioneers!

(I seem to be having this issue lately of remembering to add my link to the blue frog. Hopefully this too will pass. 🙂 )

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Under the Moon’s Shadow

Thanks as always to Rochelle for Friday Fictioneers!

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Under the Moon’s Shadow (99 words)

Although fear shook her body uncontrollably, Marie kept her eyes on the tower, awaiting the flash of light signaling commencement. She was so afraid of letting the others down that she was almost paralyzed. Continue reading