Moral Monday’s Flash Fiction: The Kiss #flashfiction #amwriting 


Thanks to Nortina S for hosting Moral Monday’s Flashfiction of 100 words or less. This weeks prompt is: ” When Your Blood Is Boiling, Spend An Evening In The Cooler.”

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“How could you tell Ian about the basketball game?” Tanya said to Hanna.

“You’ve been married for ten-years; does it matter?”

“Brody kissed me after the game. It was the weekend before I married Ian.”

“Yeah, but he kissed you, you didn’t kiss him. Brody loved you back then.” Hanna said. 

“Ian found out when you mentioned it. I didn’t think he’d care, but he was furious. Said he never wanted to see his best friend Brody again.” Tanya said.

“Oh no,” Hanna gasped.

“Ian only needs time to cool down. There’s stuff between Ian and Brody I don’t know about. Sometimes, the past effects the present,” Tanya mused.

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Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner: The Travelling Library


Thanks to Roger Shipp for hosting FFftPP. Today’s sentence to be included is: “Those are the directions…” 

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“These rocks are cool,” Tanya said climbing on-top of a stack of rocks. “I wonder how and why they are formed like this?” 

Tanya’s friend Crystal chimed in, ” Yeah, I wonder too. But we’re in the middle of nowhere and have no phone reception so we can’t even Google the answer. I’m questioning why my friend Tyler told me we should take particular directions to see these specific rocks.” 

Suddenly, before Tanya and Crystal’s eyes a building appeared. It was all glass but the inside was filled with millions of books and scrolls. 

Crystal tried to pronounce the word on the front of the building. “It’s a library,” Tanya said. “It’s where people used to research before Google and the Internet. I’ve never seen a library. I remember my Grandma telling me she went to the library as a girl.” Tanya said in awe.

Tanya and Crystal opened huge wooden doors. There was a sign up that read: ‘Quiet Please’ and everywhere people were studying books made of paper. Some people were even reading scrolls and ancient books with velum pages. “Do you think we can find information about those rocks here?” Crystal wondered.

Tanya smiled. “I can see why my Grandma thought a library was paradise,” she said before asking a man at the front desk where they could research rock formations.

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