Tiny tales: Dirty little secret

Alan didn't tell many people what his job was because it made unpopular. Sometimes it had advantages, as people told him things they probably shouldn't. For example, Bill told him about the rat problem in the restaurant, so he didn't need to perform that inspection to fail it. I wrote this inspired by this week's [...]

FFFC/MMA Storytime: Combinations

Nobody, not even Steve, could tell you why he had sat exactly where he did. Maybe it was the element of danger, or maybe it was the mixture of the freedoms of the atmosphere. Air and water in proximity gave an excellent combination of watching cloud formations. Relaxing in that undisturbed place, Steve got the [...]

FFFC: Rituals

It was just another way of acknowledging the past. This had always been her favourite spot, those were always her favourite flower, and he had just sung her favourite song. It was a tradition to celebrate an anniversary. The only thing was, and nobody else knew that it was an anniversary for either her or [...]

Sunday photo fiction: Alphabet

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com Tom wanted his daughter to share his love of reading, so he started her at an early age by trying to teach her the alphabet. He grasped at every single opportunity to do so and one day while he was at the beach with his daughter he found another chance.Using [...]

WW/FFFC: Moving on

The young girl set down her suitcase before glancing back at the way she had walked. It was time to move on a all busted nd the only thing left to do was deciding where she was going to go. Pulling down the balloons, she studied them. No, this solar system bored her. "Bye," whispered [...]