Tag Archives: Fan Fiction

Just Hanging Out

Photo prompt courtesy Jilly Funell It hadn’t been easy to persuade Mary Jane to hang with me at the tower, but the priceless expression on her face made it all worth it. “What a view, eh?” I asked nervously. Small … Continue reading

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Blast from the Past

The minute her son Philip entered the house, Lucy knew something was wrong, terribly wrong. The normally unflappable Philip, a veteran of four Afghan tours, and a member of the elite Seal Team Six, had a wild look in his … Continue reading

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The Perfect Host

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields I quietly enter my home from the side entrance just at the crack of dawn and quickly change. It’s time to welcome my guest in the Dining Hall, and I can’t possibly do that unchanged, … Continue reading

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Kings have Wings

He looked at his sons huddled around him and started narrating their favorite story for probably the thousandth time. “My father was a great king. He ruled with an iron fist, but it was necessary for our people to survive. … Continue reading

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First Love

Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent And so it was that I reached the most beautiful place that had ever existed across the realms of men, elves, and dwarfs. The thick foliage of red leaves presented a vivid contrast to the … Continue reading

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The General Body Meeting

“Why is she so late today?” Kathy wondered aloud. “It’s not as if she can blame the traffic, you know,” Julie added, and they all burst into loud laughter. Suddenly, there was the slightest of rustle. As if on cue, … Continue reading

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The Legendary Feud

The boy’s great-great-great-grandfather was apparently the one to blame For he called the pasta sauce of the girl’s great-great-great-Nonna tagliatelle, listless and tame The echo of that insult had now been felt by these two star-crossed lovers Who, let’s admit it, … Continue reading

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