Photo Prompt for 100 Word Flash Friday Fictioneers!

This is the photo prompt for Friday’s Flash Fiction

Madison Woods is away on vacation this week. Although they are big shoes to fill (not that she has big feet; I’m sure they are only a size 6!), I promise to do my best. For all of you regular #FridayFictioneers, you know the drill. Come back to my blog on Friday and leave your link in my comment section.

Anyone is welcome to join us! Just write a 100 word fiction story and blog it on Friday. Then post the link to your blog in my comments section. If you go over 100 words, please let us know when you post the link, so we know how much time it will take to read it.

Make sure to come back to check to see who else has posted their links. Some will come in later in the day.

Be sure to read the other Fictioneer’s stories and leave comments. I will be posting one so I would love to hear what you think of mine as well.

You don’t have to use the photo. It won’t hurt my feelings. Really! I don’t always use them either…shhh!

Don’t worry, Madison will be back next week to take up the helm once again.

I will be looking forward to reading your 100 word flash fictions #FridayFictioneers!

It would make me so happy if you subscribed to my blog!

Photo by Susie Lindau

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42 thoughts on “Photo Prompt for 100 Word Flash Friday Fictioneers!

  1. Pingback: Past Present (A Friday Fictioneers post) | hugmore

  2. Thank you much for the inspirational photo prompt. It led me in a direction quite different from my normal fare. Feel free to see where it took me:

    jeffreyhollar.com/2012/01/friday-fictioneers-dreams-not-shared.html

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  4. LOL! My feet aren’t big ;) Thanks, Susie! We’ll be in the air most of the day on Friday. It’s looking like a blowout gathering of Friday Fictioneers! Y’all have fun :)

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  5. The first time I flew into DIA, I was returning home from school in Alaska for Christmas… No more Stapleton, and I was sure I had been left in Kansas… But, my, to see it against the backdrop of snow-covered peaks certainly gives flight to the imagination… Where will it take me today?

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