Friday Night Drabble Party!
Wow, has it really been since 2018 that I last published a Friday Night Drabble Party story? It has. Damn…
It was nice to write a new drabble this morning. I wasn’t sure if I was going to or not, but it felt right.
New to drabbles? They’re micro-stories that are exactly 100 words long. Kinda cool.
I’ll keep the announcements to a minimum tonight, but if you missed my last couple of posts, you can find them here:
A quick heads up regarding FNDP: This will be the last FNDP I post on my website. From now on I’ll be emailing this to my entire list through September. After that it’ll only be available to subscribers. Don’t worry, subscribing is free! But…starting in 2021 FNDP will only be available to paid subscribers. So go subscribe for free now and get a few months of free fiction then see what you think. Cool?
“Square it off, Ted!”
“No, Ted, you aren’t. You are not!”
Morgan sat at her bedroom window, watching and listening to the old couple bicker back and forth as they tried to instal a small awning over their back porch.
She didn’t know why they wanted to sit on their back porch. No one wanted to be outside anymore.
“It’s crooked, you moron!”
“You want me to put this screwdriver through your head?”
At least it was entertaining.
Then the wind shifted and Morgan was forced to close her window.
It was burn day for the corpse pits…
Disclaimer: I have no crystal ball, but we may need to face some hard truths soon…