Friday Fictioneers: Egg Game

get the InLinkz code The Egg Game Which came first? As a young child, Doug had this talent for obsessing over such questions. Once, he spent an entire month pestering his parents about spiders and insects and why we need them His latest obsession was the question: which came first the chicken or the egg. […]

Friday Fictioneers: The Bridge Builder

get the InLinkz code They said there was no way you would ever get along. Too different. Too much war and fighting. Maybe they were right. As I write these words, I plan to give you each fragments, half to one and half the other. I don’t know who poisoned me or why. It does […]

Friday Fictioneers: Support

get the InLinkz code “I will stand by you no matter what.” He first said those words years ago, never imagining that they could become so literal, while he leans on his wife for support. Waves crash and recede in bubbling whispers around their bare feet, well, three feet, one plaster cast with a heel. […]

WPS: The Leaf

This is my first time doing this, so I hope it works. This picture is taken from a Google Maps street view of Edinburgh, as part of What Pegman Saw. To enjoy stories¬†inspired by the What Pegman Saw prompt or to submit your own 150-word story, visit the inLinkz button: The Leaf Red-veined, golden, the […]

IWSG: Advice Is a Form of Nostalgia

First of all, Happy New Year! And Happy IWSG Day! Yes, 2017 is upon us. Maybe that’s why this month’s question of the month is making me think of nostalgia and the (in)famous quote that “advice is form of nostalgia.” Then again, maybe “bad advice” is a form of nostalgia. The question of the month […]