Yet Another Nanofiction

She Didn't See THAT Coming! AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Summary: I've used the following prompts for this story:"There was only one way to keep her quiet, and it was" "Linda Rose just wouldn't adhere to the rule against whispering during the lesson," Ms. Barton complained."She kept buzzing like a honeybee. I decided there was only one way … Continue reading Yet Another Nanofiction

Fiction Friday: August 6

Hop on over to share a six sentence story of yorur own. "Tightrope" Walker, Briefly AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Summary: I've used the following prompts in this story: given was net "Using my clothesline as a tightrope," Nancy Rose's mother scolded her."And you weren't even prudent enough to spread a net. You could have broken every bone … Continue reading Fiction Friday: August 6

The Last Laugh

The Last Laugh AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Summary: I've used the following prompts in this story: The runner's face turned scarlet as the roars of laughter rose from the spectatorswhen his shorts fell to his ankles, but he kept going in spite of his embarrassment,in spite of the jokes from the commentators, jokes which served to sustain … Continue reading The Last Laugh

Fiction Friday: June 25 Brand New Story

Swan Song AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Summary: Inspired by the following prompts: Ambrose was starting to think that eating those six, yes, six frittatas so close to curtain time may have been a mistake. His stomach was definitely feeling dicey."But," he quoted the cliche to himself, "the show must go on." He stepped onstage, and uttered his first speech … Continue reading Fiction Friday: June 25 Brand New Story

Homily-Inspired Story Rose Valley Hall AlwaysARose53 (ChelleBee53) Notes: (See the end of the work for notes.) Rose Valley Hall, the most impressive catering establishment in town, went a bit over the top to be impressive.It boasted ten floors, fifty, yes, FIFTY dining rooms, and five hundred bathrooms, all of them numbered.But was it a religious person or a smart aleck who … Continue reading Homily-Inspired Story