May 10 2017 Prompt – Adventures with Harrison and Mason #FlashFic

I came across this list of writing prompts for May, 2017 on the Writer’s Write page and thought I’d give it a whirl. I’m going to try for a series of drabbles (precisely 100-word scenes) that will flow together featuring the characters from my Adventures with Harrison and Mason flash fiction story scenes.

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May 10, 2017 — Tic-Tac-Toe

(Harrison’s 3rd-person POV)

“What are you doing?” Harrison giggled as Mason’s tongue traced circles and exes across his abdomen, then whispered, “I don’t want to wake up Jaxon or Gramps.”

“I’m not the one making noise.” Mason waggled his eyebrows and went right back to what he’d been doing. Not that Harrison had any real objections, but they weren’t used to the bedrooms being situated so close to each other.

Harrison stifled a moan with a fist when Mason’s next “x” ended with his tongue raking over a sensitive nipple.

“I won.” Mason kissed his way up to Harrison’s lips.

“Won what?”

“Tic-tac-toe.”

To be continued tomorrow using ‘juniper’s.’

All the drabbles in this series using the May, 2017 prompts can be found here (note: to read them in order, you’ll need to scroll to the bottom of the category list and read up from there).

4 thoughts on “May 10 2017 Prompt – Adventures with Harrison and Mason #FlashFic

  1. Aw cute!! Love the idea – you should totally expand this scene when you write the book…*hint hint*

    And I’m sorry that my comments aren’t more imaginative than “aw cute”, but I love this family and they ARE cute 🙂

    1. I need to come up with some drama for these guys. Fun little vignettes work for flash, but I’ll need something interesting for them to work through to give them a novel. I like them, though, so I’ll try to come up with an idea. 🙂

      Ha! It hardly seems fair to expect a long comment on a 100-word scene! 🙂

      1. It’s still an original scene that you give away for free to your readers, and it takes work. You deserve comments! ❤
        And don't let me bully you into writing a book about them. It's a great idea to have characters for the blog like this and it's a lot of fun as a reader to visit and realize I'm treated to a glimpse into their lives.
        Btw: I'm considering stealing your idea of POV-change and write some scenes for the blog from Mick's POV for after Find His Way Home has been released. At least I'll toy with it and see if I can find his voice, but I haven't made up my mind 100% yet. But as I edited it last week, I found myself thinking "I wonder how Mick felt before he made that first phone call?"
        So we'll see 🙂

        1. That’s a great idea. I’d love to get the alternate POVs for your characters. I’m sure I’m not the first to do it, so “steal” away! 🙂

          “Missing scenes”…stuff that might’ve screwed with pacing and/or rightfully got tightened out of a story, but would be of interest to fans is good, too.

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