Summary of May, 2017 Prompts – 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 wrote a series of drabbles (precisely 100-word scenes) that feature the characters from my Adventures with Harrison and Mason flash fiction story scenes, and flow together to tell the story of a significant event in their life. Thirty-one drabbles in a row made some of my category archives …

Flash Fiction Friday – April 14, 2017 – Adventures with Harrison & Mason

This week’s Flash Fiction Friday is a drabble (a precisely 100-word story scene) featuring my recurring characters, Harrison and Mason, and using the word left in last week’s post (penile), and an image I found on wiki commons (links with the picture, below). For more flash fiction (including more Adventures with Harrison and Mason), and bonus scenes from many of my published stories, check out the tabs in the menu at the top of the page. “Tossed Salad.” Harrison turned …

Flash Fiction Friday Feb. 17, 2017 – Drabble – Adventures with Harrison & Mason

I’m going with a drabble this week—a precisely 100-word scene. It’ll be based on the image below, as well as use the word I got in the comments from last week’s post: cookie. This week will be another installment in my Adventures with Harrison and Mason series. “How is he not freezing his buns off out there?” Harrison peered out the window at Jaxon with his friends. “They stay warm running around.” …

Wednesday Words – Jan. 18, 2017 – Adventures with Harrison and Mason

P.T. Wyant posts a weekly prompt for writers, and followers of the blog are encouraged to write a bit of flash fiction (approx. 500 words) using those words/ideas. Last Wednesday’s post gave the prompts: a snowman, a park bench, and an empty bottle. I went with a drabble—a precisely 100 word scene—featuring my recurring characters, Harrison and Mason along with their son Jaxon. I also found a fun image to fit the words: This …

Flash Fiction Friday – September 30, 2016

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene (aka Drabble) written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is:   This drabble is another addition to my Adventures with Harrison and Mason collection. “It’s beautiful!” Mason gushed. It was a beautiful gesture, even if the cake didn’t…quite look like the ones on …

Flash Fiction Friday – September 23, 2016

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene (aka Drabble) written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is: This drabble is another addition to my Adventures with Harrison and Mason collection. “I miss Jaxon already.” Harrison’s voice was muffled by the book covering his face. Mason squeezed his hand. “He’s having …

Flash Fiction Friday – July 15, 2016

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is: This is a special Adventures with Harrison and Mason short scene, flashing back to the duo’s very first meeting. The doorbell rang as Harrison made his way to the front door with an eye toward escaping …

Flash Fiction Friday – July 8, 2016

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene (aka Drabble) written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is: This is another Adventures with Harrison and Mason short scene. “Think we should follow it, Jaxon?” Mason asked. “I’ll bet they’re on their way to feed King Kong.” Jaxon perked up in the backseat. …

Flash Fiction Friday – July 1, 2016

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene (aka Drabble) written from a photo prompt. Today’s prompt picture is: This is another Adventures with Harrison and Mason short scene. Mason placed a hand on Harrison’s head and eased the two of them a bit to the side in the shower stall so the …