#Friday Fictioneers

I discovered this old writing prompt on ROCHELLE WISOFF-FIELDS’ site and thought it would be fun to write a condensed version (100 words or less) of an event from Buck Crenshaw and William Weldon’s  boyhood: LIFE BEHIND THE FENCE Fred pissed in Buck’s boots. They walked down Chestnut Street with its grand homes. Everyone envied…

Fiction: A Man to Man Talk

Why did Thankful make a point of telling him of her engagement? They had hardly spoken in the months since William left her at the post.

Inducement: A Bedtime Story

“I was thinking about killing you. With a knife,” the little girl says. “Really. Hmm,” I reply. “NO, I mean I’m not really going to kill you. You’re a sweet person, but if I did kill you (with a knife) would you be in the hospital or dead?” she asks, flipping the pages of the…