#FlashFictionFriday – ’Til Death Do Us Part – Bonus Scene #FlashFic

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the 4 words/phrases left in the comments of last week’s post: shower – toothbrush – my own bed – home sweet home! You can imagine this scene taking place immediately after the closing scene in ’Til Death Do Us Part. Click here for more of this story’s bonus scenes and POV switch scenes. This is a precisely 100-word drabble told from Henry’s 1st-person POV:  

Flash Fiction Friday – April 27, 2017 – ’Til Death Do Us Part – Bonus Scene

This week’s Flash Fiction Friday is a bonus scene for ’Til Death Do Us Part, with a quick cameo from Nash and Emmitt of To Love and To Cherish. It uses the word left in last week’s post (naïve), and 14 words found at http://creativitygames.net/random-word-generator/randomwords/: captain – island – parade – cannon – fountain – prize – evening – book – film – target – lead – key – faint – garden. For more flash fiction and …

15 Random Prompt Words – Flash Fiction Friday – ’Til Death Do Us Part

For this week’s 15 random words I’m using: 1 word that was left in the comments of last week’s post: tadpole 14 words from https://www.randomlists.com/random-words: mix – vegetable – disagreeable – immense – aboard – invincible – food – intend – old – hand – alike – romantic – muscle – bad Above are screen prints of the words it gave me (I got them in 3 batches because otherwise they were covered by ads). This …

15 Random Prompt Words – Flash Fiction Friday – Vows Series

For this week’s 15 random words I’m using: 1 word that was left in the comments of my post from two weeks ago: sudoku 1 word that was left in the comments of last week’s “not-flash-fiction-friday” post: carrot 13 words from https://www.randomlists.com/random-words: lighten – level – self – language – wistful – warn – precede – end – weak – stiff – simple – wobble – fine Above are screen prints of the words …

15 Random Prompt Words – Flash Fiction Friday – ’Til Death Do Us Part

For this week’s 15 random words I’m using: 1 word that was left in the comments of last week’s post: Saturn 14 words from https://www.randomlists.com/random-words: rainy – immense – blue – sweet – gorgeous – club – bone – wilderness – jolly – shock – endurable – rail – shaky – muscle Above are screen prints of the words it gave me (I got them in 3 batches because otherwise they were covered by ads). This …

Random Prompt Words – Flash Fiction Friday Nov. 18, 2016 – ’Til Death Do Us Part

For this week’s 15 random words I’m using: 1 word that was left in the comments of last week’s post: syllable 14 words from https://randomwordgenerator.com. To the right is a screen print of the words it gave me: grind – smooth – assignment – chest – top – improve – trench – interest – concede – taste – rotation – bedroom – tent – dominate Below is the short-short I wrote using these words, creating …

Deleted Scene – ’Til Death Do Us Part

I thought I’d share a scene from ’Til Death Do Us Part that was deleted during the editing process. It was a nice little tying-up-loose-ends scene, but it didn’t advance the story. Although it would have been a distraction from the storyline and was rightfully ditched, I think it’s a scene that might still be of interest to fans of the story. Here it is… Second Lieutenant Gavin Faraday placed …

Flash Fiction Friday #06 – ’Til Death Do Us Part

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “extremely short”, but for the purposes of my “Flash Fiction Friday” posts it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is: Since the men in this painting match both the coloring and relative sizes of the main characters in my recent release, ’Til Death Do Us Part, I thought I’d make up a bonus scene featuring …

Wednesday Words #01 (PT’s #68) – ’Til Death Do Us Part

I recently started following PT Wyant’s blog, Novel Notes, and stumbled across PT’s post today titled Wednesday Words #68 (4/13/2016). Number 68, so obviously this is something PT’s been doing for a while now. Anyway, the idea is that a few prompt words will be posted just after midnight, eastern time, and followers of the blog are encouraged to write a bit of flash fiction (approx. 500 words) using those …