100-Word Story: You’ll Be Fine

GENRE: One line of fiction. The rest is truth. 100 words Dedicated to my dear cousin Mary Veazey, who said, “Let’s go on a cruise.” I have almost forgiven her. POETIC JUSTICE or, YOU’LL BE FINE   Beautiful . . . waves, sunset . . . Deck chairs . . . Two nights at sea, … Continue reading 100-Word Story: You’ll Be Fine

100 Words: I Told You–

Friday Fictioneers: Write a 100-word story based on the prompt.     Screams pierced the air. The woman dropped her trowel and raced across the yard. “What happened?" Pushing through a ring of children, she lifted the crying child, examined the swelling lip. A Greek chorus erupted. “--wasp--” “--hydrant--” “--stung--" “Lisabeth, I told you not to drink from the hydrant.” Then, … Continue reading 100 Words: I Told You–

‘Shrooms

Friday Fictioneers 100 words Friday Fictioneers Prompt. Copyright Erin Leary.John ambled into the kitchen. "What's cooking?" "Mushroom gravy." Mary kept stirring. John frowned. "Toadstools. Fungi. Dorothy Sayers killed someone with Amanita." "These are morels." She added salt. "Everybody eats mushrooms." "I don't." "Suit yourself." He sat down. "Where'd you buy them?" "I picked them." "You?" "Aunt Helen helped. She knows 'shrooms." Mary held … Continue reading ‘Shrooms

100 Words: Nothing But Gray

Friday Fictioneer Challenge: Write a 100-word story based on the prompt. ***** Nothing But Gray Paul stood, hands in pockets, looking out. She's set four places again, he thought. And she sits in a different chair now, doesn't talk, just looks out the window at nothing but gray stone. She brought in a covered dish. … Continue reading 100 Words: Nothing But Gray