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Friday Fictioneers ~~ Oct 3, 2014

Friday Fictioneer is where around 100 people write a 100 word story based on the same picture. It’s a wonderful way of honing your writing craft or just reading some great writers.

Rochelle is our fearless leader in this shindig. Thank you Rochelle!  Click on Rochelle’s name and it will take you to her blog. That’s where you can read her amazing stories every week, or you can scroll down till you meet the blue critter, click on him and be taken to a land of many stories. Or even better join us!


Copyright-Kent Bonham
Copyright-Kent Bonham




Genre: Fantasy (100 words)


” Who took the last furcicle? How can I finish my spell without it?”

Jazzy was concentrating on her own spell, if she didn’t get it right this time she was going to fail spell casting 201. She couldn’t let that happen! Turning towards Maise, she replied,  “Just go and find another! You know how you always are so good at finding those obscure ingredients.”

“I suppose I’ll have to or I’ll never finish. I know just where to look too!” Maise exclaimed, whisking out the door.


Maise patiently looked in all her secret locations.  “There’s one!”

She knew the fair always had one lying around.




29 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers ~~ Oct 3, 2014

  1. Such a difficult picture, but you did it great! One has to love magic 🙂 And thanks for doing it today, I’ll be off tomorrow morning for a little bit 🙂

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    1. Thanks tiny! I do love magic and think it’s everywhere. 🙂

      Busy day tomorrow eh? Well good luck whatever it is. Big hugs my friend.


  2. Love the idea of a fircicle – an apt description for whatever is on the end of Kent’s stick. I wondered in the last line whether the fair referred to a place or ‘fair’ people – as in non-witches? Either works, and ambiguity allows the reader to make up their own mind.


    1. I thought it was a good description. The fair actually refers to a place. I never thought of ‘fair’ people. Darn it! Thanks for stopping by and reading!


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