Friday Fictioneers ~ March 8

Time once again for that flash fiction challenge known world-wide as Friday Fictioneers! Hosted by the talented and wise Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, who guides us with gentle hands and words.

Come one! Come all! Join us in the merriment and writing fun that is Friday Fictioneers! Just click above on Rochelle’s name and be swept away to where the rules and links to other stories await you!



Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and end. (No one will be ostracized for going over or under the word count.)


Make every word count.

This weeks delightful picture!

copyright – Jennifer Pendergast
copyright – Jennifer Pendergast


Genre/Adventure (105 words)


“Come on Jen! We need to keep climbing!”

“I can’t Mike. There’s too many steps,  I just can’t do it!”

“I won’t let you give up! Now get your ass moving!”  Grabbing Jen,  Mike pulled her up the stairs. The loud clumping of boots  below  pushed them even faster.

Upward they went. Breathing hard, hearts pounding.  Reaching the top they ran to the railing, the trees were tiny from such a distance. Climbing up,  they held hands and jumped as the boots behind them reached the last step.

The soldiers looked over the railing and saw the parachutes as they gracefully dropped them to safety.


58 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers ~ March 8

    1. JackieP

      from the military of a foreign country because they stole something from them. ….lol…how’s that for making it up on the fly?


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  2. Ah, base jumping. A good way to get away, although parachutes are rather trackable! There are a lot of people escaping up these stairs, I’m glad yours had an exit plan for when they reached the top


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