Well, I managed to post a story last week, but that was about as far as it got. Thank you very much to everyone who visited and apologies for not returning the favour. I’m a bit more ‘present’ this week so should manage to get around some of the stories.
For anyone not already aware, this is Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Simply write a hundred word piece of flash fiction based on the photo prompt. This week’s prompt (courtesy of Janet Webb) is shown below, and full details are at Rochelle’s blog. As always I welcome your comments and constructive criticism.
Dark. Confinement. Panic.
She struggled in the tight space, knees and elbows scraping walls inches from her body.
Nothing told her where she was or how she got here. Reaching forward, the wall felt flimsier. She heard noises on the other side. Should she risk trying to break out?
Warily she picked at one edge. The first tiny hole let a spear of sunlight into her prison. Cautiously she broke down the rest of the opening and wriggled out of the space.
There was a flash of translucent wings.
“Hi, I’m Tink. Race you to the bluebells. Stretch your wings!.”