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FF#35 Never the Twin Shall Meet

Read Cassie’s spooky tale – Never the Twin Shall Meet. I still have goose-bumps!

My Etch-A-Sketch Life

Secrets never stay buried for long. Sometimes they die unnoticed. What is lost isn’t known, so how can you find it? My mother must have lived by that code, because the skeleton’s in her closet were hollywood style. Her death didn’t take me by surprise, she had cancer for a while and the second relapse spread, treatment was limited.

Death, knowing it’s coming is never quite the preparation of going through the ‘stuff’ that is long forgotten. Here I sat in the attic a month after the funeral, looking through a box of documents and pictures not believing what I was seeing. A picture of me, but it wasn’t me because I was in the picture too. At first I thought it was double exposure on the first picture, it was taken in the 70’s. Camera and film then are not quite the same as in our digital age. The…

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Secrets never stay buried for long FF#35

The new prompt is up over at Featured Fiction.

The prompts are now up for week 28 over at Featured Fiction

FF #20

If you’d like to take part in the Featured Fiction Writing contest this week, the prompts are now up. Visit the page by clicking here.

Here are the prompts:

Sentence starter

A white hot shaft of fear pierced through her, and still she stood, defiant and strong in the face of danger.

suggested genre

Science Fiction

featured words

Magic; Smoke; Handle

suggested theme

The world is on the brink of war. You are tired of fighting an inevitable future and your only hope now, is of survival.

poetic form

Free form

Featured Fiction #26 – Make sure you get your vote!

There’s still time to vote for your favourite entry this week.

You can find the contributions by pressing the link up button below.

FF #20

Voting is now open for FF Writing Prompt #21

FF #20Thanks to Cassie and Michael for contributing this week to the Fantasy prompt at Featured Fiction.

To read their entries, click here to be redirected to the prompt. At the bottom of the page you’ll find the in-link button, which will enable you to cast your vote.



Featured Fiction

FF #20In addition to the daily prompts at Writing Room 101, we have a weekly contest over at Featured Fiction. Click on the link to be re-directed and find out how you can take part.

Mid Summer Musings by Mark Morris – [WR101 Prompt Series]

30 Days of June ImageYou cannot miss this entry by Mark Morris for the 30 Days of June prompt dated 21 June 2014.

It’s a compelling story, a true gem, click here to read it.

As a reminder here’s the prompt;

21 June 2014

You meet the woman/man of your dreams – a person so perfect they might have been penned, just for you. That’s when it hits you. They were penned – by you.

Prompt: Write a story based on the above theme.


And another one bites the dust by Mark Morris – Featured Fiction #17

Check out this entry by Mark Morris for this week’s Featured Fiction prompt – And another one bites the dust.

For more information on the prompts, or to enter (there’s still time), click here.Featured Fiction 2

[WR101 Prompt Series] – Featured Fiction #16

Featured Fiction 2This week’s Featured Fiction Prompts are now available for FF#16.

The suggested genre for this week is Disaster-Thriller. The sentence starter can be used as a standalone prompt and follow any genre of your choosing.

Voting will begin on Saturday and ends before the next round on Sunday.

If you prefer non-fiction, check out this week’s prompt at It’s All Relative.




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