“The First Frost” – Flash Fiction

I’ve written this story for the Flash Fiction Challenge at Carrot Ranch.com. September 21, 2017, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about what it is to gather a harvest. You can use the phrase or show what it means without using the words. Go where the prompt leads. Respond by September 26, 2017, to be included in the compilation (published … Continue reading “The First Frost” – Flash Fiction

The Riptide – Flash Fiction

Devin loved swimming. A powerful attraction drew her to the ocean which she couldn’t resist. The sea had become her companion and like a jealous lover demanded all her time. The riptide struck and sucked her into the depths. The waves rolling above pulled one way, while the rip current below, pulled her in the opposite direction. Devin kicked hard, finally breaking free. This had … Continue reading The Riptide – Flash Fiction

Writing the NO Adjective Paragraph

The I have been snookered into the Veracity Challenge by two of my favorite blogging buddies: Rob, from the V-Pub, and Lisa, from the Rebirth of Lisa. Considering my last attempt to write a paragraph without using the letter “e” in any of the words failed; I have no idea how I will write a paragraph without using a single adjective! That’s right, NO ADJECTIVES! … Continue reading Writing the NO Adjective Paragraph

Allergic to the Letter “E” Challenge

My friend, Mel from her blog entitled, Melissa Barker Simpson, has challenged me to write a paragraph without using the letter “e!” GULP! This is going to be hard! I don’t want to suffer in the page of lame!!! Silver tries to write without using the letter “e.” A brain explosion rocked the world this morning! Here are the Rules: 1) Write a whole paragraph … Continue reading Allergic to the Letter “E” Challenge