oh. Sending Pakmwr Back in time. Before we reached/populated. To rewire shorts in . Told stories this way. The distance between Web’s concave windows and Pakmers stun presence. . . .Murray reveals, “must have flasback reincarnated amnesias -sh_stop. No Transmit … Continue reading →
Tearing into knee high corn and explosions the prompt, and latest challenge offered to thee rough riders galloping up the stillness was the following: June 29, 2016 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that explores … Continue reading →
Charli is back! She’s a great inspiration and held together thee Ranch even through such trying times for her. I am quite honored to be a part of something so special. And this world needs more folks like the lead … Continue reading →
He got the world hitch to his back like santas sack pullin it full blast steerheading spearheaded into the vanishing point with frisson military aliens and astronauts. Atlas will hav to let go 1 way or another those entities like … Continue reading →
!Inspired by flash fiction challenge prompt at THee Ranch for for the theme of erosion~ Can our physical beings, our bodies absorb technology? Will it compress, simplify, make things swifter like a chopper (in the sense of “chopped motorcycle”); or … Continue reading →
Sorry for the ugly mug in the road there. Who we are gets ignored until our own identity immerses a little deeper and further into thee ultimate telling, or stealing of our real story and name.. [Scott. Not Elliott. But … Continue reading →
99-word flash at Thee Ranch. This here’s to the Butterfly Effect. May 4, 2016 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) include insects in a story. Periwinkles, bees laden with pollen, ants building hills. What can insects add to … Continue reading →
Small prelude might guide to a story-width more sense. Even though i, like My homecity, always thrives better as a mystery… letme unveil the Avenues lined with strip-shops and this flat commercial area ‘Fox-ontherun’ ruins between the subcity main intersections … Continue reading →
April 13, 2016 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write about offering to help someone. What’s their situation? What’s yours? Do they think they need help? How is it received? Could you be misinterpreted?
Respond by April 19, 2016 to be included in the weekly compilation. Rules are here. All writers are welcome!
***Zalcos throws askew feelings within guilt; for getting stiffed with an entire siding job; when, after the first draw, Crunk snagged a cab leaving the dishes piled in the sink –“Wee always been like a small town. Everyone wants to leave this shit city….”—“not your fault trusting a guy you always stick your neck out for, but some folks refuse help so they don’t have to help.”—“He done so many, but to me? Time he never come back.”-“Only seen a turkey dart across the road ahead once, that is driving around here. Hes a squirrel.” –