Exit the Scoundrel #Friday Fictioneers

Exit the Scoundrel by Tracey Delaplain Restless sleep and endless revisions fueled the writer’s annoyance. Mr. Edwards, a minor nondescript character, had disappeared halfway through chapter 13, leaving her with a plot hole, an angry cast and a throbbing headache. “Your coffee ma’am.  A charming man in a cloak sent this over. He said to…

First Draft #FridayFictioneers

First Draft Renee’s heart raced as she typed the farewell love scene. She had written insurmountable barriers and even the stolen weekend at the beach house couldn’t save the doomed love affair.

Mr. Edwards and the Open Road, #Friday Fictioneers

Every time I think I can’t possibly find a story within the photo prompt, Mr. Edwards, my novel time traveler, nudges me and begs for another 100 words.  The poor man tries to squeeze every last thrill out of his 100 word life.  We should all do the same. Will he ever get the girl?…

A Novel Romance #FridayFictioneers

If you missed the story of Mr. Edwards and his stumble into a new century you can read about him here. For more entertaining flash fiction please follow the link to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, the weekly host of Friday Fictioneers. Genre: Novel Time Travel A Novel Romance by Tracey Delaplain Mr. Edwards, having recently jumped to…

Exit The Page – Friday Fictioneers

Mr. Edwards stumbled over a capital letter as he retreated. He had been written as a one-dimensional minor character and the dusty pages had tormented him for a century. A hasty decision, he exited exactly 100 words past his introduction.