Category: Viction

  • Horse talk: Sunday Photo Fiction

    “Hey Lily girl, why are you so sad? You look exhausted.” Molly-horse was amazed by the look on Lily-horse’s face. Molly loved to talk a lot. She always had the idea that, letting yourself heard was better than to keep quiet. She kept on galloping around telling the world about the adventures they had. Yesterday […]

  • Magic mirror : Picture it and Write Look at me! I am  thin and well eaten. It is impossible to look like that in the mirror. Still full and round without a scratch. There has to be something wrong! I heard Ruth talking about a magic mirror. It can’t be. Ruth had been nibbling on me at least for an hour […]

  • Miners Hill: Monday Finish the Story – May 25th, 2015 © 2015, Barbara W. Beacham The story begins: “The only residents remaining in the small town of Miners Hill are spirits.” That was the message Jake got from his good work mate Stef. “Why did it happen? Why Miners Hill? There are so many hills where the spirits could roam free!” Jake was thinking. […]

  • Anchor it! Sunday Photo Fiction – May 24, 2015 Anchor It! Twenty years after the disaster Captain Jones, now eighty years of age, stood with tears in his eyes when he unwrapped the anchors of his ship. The anchors that saved everybody’s lives. If it had not been for these anchors the ship would have crushed on the rocks and nobody would have […]

  • Dreams: FFfAW Week of May 20, 2015 No 14 Dreams The Three girls, Victoria, Ally and Celia, were on their tummies, on the lawn sharing their fantasies about the lonely Gazebo. “Celia, what do you think about this lovely Gazebo? I think  it could tell many romantic tales.” Victoria looked with sparkling eyes at the Gazebo. “ Yes, maybe. I heard […]

  • New life : Monday finish the story – May 18, 2015

    Finish the story begins with:  “The crew of the Angel Flame received orders to head out.” Jack had to hurry up to board the submarine. They were on their way! Two days ago Jack had a phone call from Anne informing him that she could not marry him. No explanation, nothing. He felt helpless and […]

  • Monday Finish the Story May 11th- 17th, 2015 This challenge runs from Monday to Sunday! Get creative and have fun finishing the story! © 2015, Barbara W. Beacham Finish the story begins with:  “Arriving at the beach, she reflected on her life.” “ Must I decline or accept the offers? Both are important to me!” Standing, overlooking the bay, Anne thought back. […]

  • Another duck tale… FFfAW week of 05-13-2015

    Welcome ! 13th Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers Week of 5-13-2015 Duck’s eye of few: The river is full after days of heavy rain. The duck family escaped the flood at the moment. They are looking for a way out. Suzy duck, told this family to come and live with them in a quiet […]

  • Upside down world. Picture it and write “What is going on? Why am I not feeling anything? It feels as if I am in a vacuum!” Katherine slowly opened her eyes. Quickly she shut them again. “Oh, my head!” The sharp light made her shut her eyes for some time. Then she tried again, opening only one eye. “What is going […]

  • Under the rainbow : Sunday Photo Fiction

    Every Sunday a new photo is added as a prompt to see what kind of a story the image inspires in you. You should make your story / poem etc around 200 words, but don’t worry, you won’t be sent to clean Glastonbury or dunked in ice cold water if you go over the count. The main […]

  • Mondays finish the story. Who is laughing at who?

    © 2015, Barbara W. Beacham WHO IS LAUGHING AT WHO? Finish the story begins with:   “Are you laughing at me?“ “Did you hear that?”  Maud whispered. “Did I hear what Maud?” came from a surprised June. The two girls were tip toeing into their aunt’s bedroom. Their mother always reprimanded them never to go in […]

  • Lost and found : Picture it and Write

    Ermilia at invites everybody on a Sunday to do some writing. She gives a picture/photo which you must use to form your story. Image found on Pinterest, Betty was laying on her back. Arms and legs spread out, eyes closed. She was so tired. She had been walking in circles all day. There was […]