If you find yourself at a dead stop behind a non-moving vehicle in the middle of parking lot, there's a good chance the operator of the vehicle is playing Pokemon Go. This happened to me and my son the other day. The woman was staring down into her lap, obviously trying to hide something, her … Continue reading Pokemon, where have you gone to? – Part 2
It's time for Friday Fictioneers. Thank you to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, our talented leader and to Marie Gail Stratford for the photo this week. The challenge is to write a 100-word story based on the photo. All are welcome to participate. I took my cues this week from the strange lighting I saw in the photo. … Continue reading Unhinged – Friday Fictioneers
Tonight the X-Files, the science fiction, supernatural series created by Chris Carter, returns to television on the Fox channel. That's right. The X-Files will be re-opened. The show aired from September 10, 1993, to May 19, 2002, spanning nine seasons and 202 episodes. In case you hadn't noticed, my blog name has always been a kind of spin … Continue reading The X-Files Re-Opened
Looking at all the colorful lights and holiday displays you would probably say everything is going splendidly. But I promise you, things are not always as they seem. I felt a lot of anxiety in the air as I drove through my neighborhood. Maybe Santa and friends are anxious about the big night. Could be. I … Continue reading Santa and Friends: The Real Story Beyond the Lights
It's time for Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. This week's amusing photo was provided by Luther Siler. Thank you, Luther. I had to really trim this piece. I'm going for funny. I hope it still has the frame intact at least. Let me know if these detectives seem remotely familiar. If you'd like to participate, all … Continue reading The Case of Missing Real Big Bird – Friday Fictioneers
Fiction-T's from the Green-Walled Tower are here and just in time for the holidays! David Stewart from the Green-Walled Tower blog has created these incredible T-shirts. I know you're probably wondering how a T-shirt can be incredible...make no mistake these shirts are stupendous! Why? Because these shirts are Fiction-T's. David has published his short fiction stories … Continue reading Green-Walled Tower Fiction-T’s are Here!
It's time for Friday Fictioneers. A little late this week. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting and to Sandra Crook for this beautiful photo. I just watched a documentary on sharks. I can't help but write this story. Enjoy. Genre: Science Thriller (100 words) Shark Crime Investigations Shark Crime Investigator Addison Gimpley patrolled Kipa Beach undisturbed, fixated … Continue reading Shark Crime Investigations – Friday Fictioneers