Archive for March 26th, 2017

Birthday Blog Party!

Stop in and leave birthday wishes for Bern…and your links! 😉

The Little Flour Bed

(Haha three posts in one day). Hi Guys!! I meant to start this earlier but it completely slipped my mind! I thought I should do a celebratory blog party for my birthday! Since I started out a little later than I would’ve liked, I’ll keep the party running until tommorow at 12:00 am EST. So sit back, relax, and get ready to meet some bloggers!

Here are the rules:

1. Choose any one of your favorite blog posts from your own blog, all kinds of posts are welcome. (Anything inappropriate will be removed). You can share up to three links each day, but it’s best to wait some time between each one.

2. Paste your link in the comment section of this post and tell a little bit about yourself and/or your blog.

3. Reblog this post to let everyone know!!

4. Now grab a fuzzy blanket and get ready to…

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The Back Forty #FlashFiction

Week 12 of the 52-Week Writing Challenge and I haven’t crashed and burned yet! LOL!

Felicia Denise, Author

Dark Alley

(Flash Fiction – week twelve of the 52-Week Writing Challenge. Word prompt: alley)

Camryn hated this part of her walk home.

She equally divided her attention between watching the shadowy alleyways and her footsteps. Used needles and condoms, broken liquor bottles, and random pieces of clothing carpeted the dangerous two-block section of 36th Street known as the Back Forty. Grown men avoided the area in mid-day. A woman walking alone just after six in the morning was asking for trouble.

But Camryn had to get home. She didn’t own a car and public transportation in this part of town started an hour later Sunday mornings.

Montgomery Clemens, spiteful, forty-six-year-old married father of five, knew this. Camryn had declined his offer of dinner and cocktails after work a month ago. Monty sought to punish her. As a human resource supervisor at Patterson Banking Systems, weekend scheduling fell into his lap every…

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