Who are these little guys in the fireplace? In reality, they are little metal statues with metal bars extending from their backs to support the firewood. But...maybe...that's not the whole story? What do you think? Is there something more to them? Write a little Flashy Fiction explaining how they got there or what they really do.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Guardians of the Flame
Posted by Rob Halpin at 8:53 AM 1 comment:
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
image courtesy of Digital Blasphemy
What do we have here? It appears to be a mage of some sort, maybe a druid, performing a spell or ritual in the forest. What's your take? Write a little Flashy Fiction set in this scene.
Posted by Rob Halpin at 9:08 AM 3 comments:
Labels: Digital Blasphemy, druid, forest, mage, rituals, sacred circles, spells
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
My soul was kissed...
I remember the first time I saw him. His eyes went straight to my soul...and that was before we ever touched lips. Soulmate he called me, and that we are. Write about what this quote means to you.
Posted by Unknown at 10:34 PM 1 comment:
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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Sunlight streams through the changing leaves of the trees. Autumn is here with a crisp, gentle breeze. It's a great day for a peaceful trip down this lazy river to view the beauty all around. Write a little Flashy Fiction set in this scene.
Posted by Rob Halpin at 8:56 AM 1 comment:
Labels: autumn, Digital Blasphemy, fall leaves, river
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Corn maze in Gloucester, Virginia
The corn maze. A staple of farm country Halloween/Autumn celebrations. Even knowing there's nothing lurking in the field waiting to do you harm, doesn't completely erase the feeling that the paths are closing in, that something is watching you. Write a little Flashy Fiction about a trip through a corn maze or about unexpectedly finding yourself out in the middle of a corn field.
Posted by Rob Halpin at 7:37 AM No comments:
Labels: corn field, corn maze, Halloween, maize
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
The dreaded furlough notice. Write a little Flashy fiction in which your protagonist has been furloughed. How does he deal with it? What are his plans if it lasts a long time? Be creative.
Posted by Rob Halpin at 11:22 AM No comments:
Labels: furlough, out of work
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