#FlashFictionFriday – 2017-Nov-17 – Misadventures with Andy and Grant

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the three words left in the comments of last week’s post: whiskey – laundry – electric guitar 😁 This scene picks up shortly after where I left off last week. To catch up on Andy and Grant’s history, visit their page, here: Misadventures with Andy and Grant Check out the menu, above, or click these links for all my bonus scene and flash fiction options. …

#FlashFictionFriday – 10-Nov-2017 – Misadventures with Andy and Grant

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the three words left in the comments of last week’s post: butter – bees – bromance 😁 Since this is now the third scene I’ve written featuring the characters Andy and Grant, I’ve moved them from the Random Standalone Flash Fiction page to their own shiny new Misadventures with Andy and Grant page. Check out the menu, above, or click these links for all my …

#FlashFictionFriday, 3-Nov-2017 – To Love and To Cherish – #flashfic

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the three words left in the comments of last week’s post: juice – Friday – socks 😁 It’s possibly cheating to call this one “flash fiction.” This is a retelling of an existing scene in the book from an alternate POV. In this case, it’s a scene from chapter 17 as seen from Percy’s POV. Click here for more bonus scenes from To Love and …

#FlashFictionFriday 27-Oct-2017 – To Love and To Cherish – #FlashFic

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the three words left in the comments of last week’s post: flow – motivation – missing 😁 It’s not so much that these words led me to do a bonus scene for To Love and To Cherish as it is that I wanted to write one so I made them work. I wrote this on Wednesday, right after clicking the final approval of the upcoming audiobook …

#FlashFictionFriday 20-Oct-2017 – Adventures with Ben and Jerry #FlashFic #amwriting

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the two words left in the comments of last week’s post: meatballs – breakfast 😁 This combination of words screamed “Adventures with Ben and Jerry” at me, so today’s scene is a precisely 100-word Drabble featuring that wacky pair. Click here for more flash fiction scenes featuring Ben and Jerry. Click these links for all my bonus scene and flash fiction options. Told from Jerry’s …

#FlashFictionFriday 13-Oct-2017 – To Love and To Cherish #FlashFic #amwriting

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the two words left in the comments of last week’s post, plus the two from the previous week’s post (since I skipped last week): yearning – heart – banana – holus-bolus 😁 I think it’s the right time of year to celebrate Nash and Emmitt’s first wedding anniversary, so this scene does that. Click here for more information about To Love and To Cherish. Click here …

#FlashFictionFriday – Cultivating Love – Alternate Universe 1 Part 7 #FlashFic

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses the words left in last week’s post: pink bubbly 😁 This is a continuation of Alternate Universe #1. You can find the first six installments on the Cultivating Love Bonus Scenes page. NOTE: The action in this scene takes place prior to the published story. IMPORTANT NOTE: The action in this scene is NOT consistent with the published story, and CANNOT be considered a …

#FlashFictionFriday Sept 14, 2017 Adventures With Ben and Jerry #FlashFic

Today’s Flash Fiction Friday scene uses this lovely image of two men kissing, and the word left in the comments of last week’s post: interstice I figured I’d go with an Adventures with Ben and Jerry drabble for this word. Seems like that duo is who comes to mind whenever I’m faced with a need to do something out of the ordinary. Click here for more story scenes featuring Ben and …

#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: