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Monthly Archives: November 2015
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This time, you’re in too deep. Your gambling losses have been mounting and, with a recent ill-advised bet, have put you $50,000 in debt. Your bookie, knowing you don’t have that kind of cash, is willing to wipe your debt … Continue reading
The weekly prompt, where we give you one word and ask that you give it back to us, using the third definition, in a 33-333 word response. BLUE (adjective 3 a : low in spirits : melancholy b … Continue reading
And now on to this weekend’s prompt. We’re going back to an old faithful, mostly because it delights us to see the stories you create from our photos. Please give us a creative piece inspired by the photo below. You … Continue reading
This was published originally on June 12, 2012 This week, write a fiction or creative non-fiction piece where fate plays a prominent role. You can write from the position of a complete belief or absolute disbelief in the role of … Continue reading
TODAY’S THE DAY YOU SAVE A LIFE You’re on your way to lunch when you walk by a crowd of people staring up toward the sky. You look up and see someone at the top of a building getting ready … Continue reading
And now on to the weekend challenge. This weekend what we are asking from you is a little bit different (again). Many of you regularly submit fictional responses to our prompts. This weekend we are asking for a bit of … Continue reading
Prompt We give you one word and ask that you give it back to us, using the third definition, in a 33-333 word response. This week’s word is: ALLEY (noun) 3: a narrow street; especially : a thoroughfare through the … Continue reading
The prompt – “LEAVING TOWN ABRUPTLY” A friend rings your doorbell way too early in the morning to be ringing doorbells. You answer the door in your PJs, and the friend says, “Pack a bag quickly. I have to get … Continue reading
A Life-Saver Written by Tessa Smeigh copyright November 2015 “Heave-ho,” yelled Joe the head of the “Floating Joe’s.” Joe was in charge of a group of rafts. They were practicing for a race against another group in a few days. … Continue reading
I am Beholden By Tessa Smeigh copyright 2015 I am beholden to God. God really was my savior. This is a true story. 3 years ago I attempted to take my life. I didn’t know how many pills and alcohol … Continue reading
Venemous Honey Written by Teresa Dean Smeigh Copyright November 2015 Honey hid in the bushes along the path leading to her destination. She didn’t want anyone to see her. It was dark and she fumbled her way through the bushes … Continue reading
3WW Week No. 455 As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, … Continue reading
FRIDAY FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES Prompt Challenge #3 Judy and John – the Flight written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright November 2015 “I know them,” John shouted and started towards the side of the burning cabin towards the direction they … Continue reading
#Writer’s Quote Wednesday (on Tuesday) & #BeWoW Like a cocoon to a butterfly I am changing my life from what I am to what I need to be. My life belongs to God and he needs me to follow his … Continue reading
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Originally posted on 12/19/2012 and I just came across it and it reminds me why I wrote it. It is partially about my life and the hyper-sexuality caused by my bipolar disorder. Wicked Ways She was a wicked woman, careless … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day 18: Compose a series of anecdotes The Smeigh Family Vignette: 15 years old A and I meet at a skating rink. He asked the little brother of one of his friends to ask me to skate. We skated, … Continue reading
TWO-SENTENCE STORY CHALLENGE #atwosentencestory She prepared herself for her last moments in life. All prettied up, the emergency medical team was the last people to see her before death took the prettiness away.
FRIDAY FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES Prompt Challenge #2 _____________________________________________ Judy and John – the Newlyweds written by Teresa Dean Smeigh copyright November 2015 Newly married Judy and John Burns stood surveying their future home, a run down cabin on the … Continue reading