I’m back this week, for real and writing a story for the actual picture prompt. It’s that time again – Friday Fictioneers – where writers from around the globe submit a 100-word story based on a photo prompt. The whole shebang is shepherded by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and you can find the rules on her blog.
This week’s picture prompt is courtesy of Rich Voza, and the usual copyright restricitions apply. Below my story is the link-monster where you can find links to the rest of this week’s stories – will there be yet another record number of entries?
And finally, if you haven’t been there already, I am running a giveaway this week for a copy of my book Be An Author, so why not enter the draw whilst you’re here?
Welcome to Earth. You have now arrived at Arthur C. Clarke Spaceport, where you transfer to your onward transportation to all continents.
Step on up. Chlorine breathers please keep to the left. On no account remove your masks until after the airlock into the Green zone.
For those of you not accustomed to a day/night cycle, please do not be alarmed as the sun sets. Sunrise is at approximately oh-eight-hundred, and counselling is available for anyone suffering from nyctophobia.
Remember to collect your complimentary ‘Lonely Planet Guide to Earth’ as you pass through interplanetary customs, and have a pleasant stay.
Genre : Sci-Fi