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Friday Fictioneers – B / E – Rated PG13 – Humorous

Here we are again with Friday Fictioneers.   Hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, FF is an opportunity to express your thoughts and feelings about the picture prompt below in 100 words (ok, give or take a few).  After reading mine below, please click > HERE < to check out the rest of the entries.  Enjoy!!!

Copyright: Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Just Dropping In (With Friends like Him)

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 @words

Steve let go of the rope, dropping onto the top of the old elevator.  He opened the hatch and dropped down inside.

He was happy.  The novel he read helped him understand a cat burglar was no big deal.  His neighbor three floors down had a collection of vintage items worth $300,000.  He would leave the elevator and then pick the door’s lock.  He had come at 2am so no one would see him.  His mask itched.

A grinding sounded and the elevator stopped between floors 3 and 4.

Steve thought that the novel made no mention of this scenario.

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Namaste,

Scott

FF – Friday Fictioneers – Bridge the Gap – Science-fiction/humorous – 3/12/2014 PG

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields.  My 100 word entry for the pic prompt below follows the picture.  For the rest, click > HERE <.  Enjoy!!!

AdamIckes-boardwalk

copyright – Adam Ickes

Bridge the Gap

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Dave had run for more than 10 minutes.  He looked down the bridge at the red tent.  He was no closer.  He started running again.  With each step the tent moved forward then back.  He stopped, gasping for air.  His first thought was that if this was real science fiction, he could just picture being there and he would be.

He looked.  Now, he was inside the red tent!  “OMG!” he thought. “It does work.  I could visit the Himalayas by just thinking about…”  Wearing Bermuda shorts and flip-flops was no way to visit the mountains…and it was slick there.

Friday Fictioneers – Desolation – Sci-fi/Humor PG13

Well, Carolyn is done – on to the next thing!  Friday Fictioneers hasn’t changed.  Still hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, it is a 100 word (more or less) story.  After reading my answer to the prompt below, please click > HERE < for the rest of the entries.  Enjoy!!!

Copyright – Danny Bowman

David glanced around.  The world of New York City, lights, busyness, and noise was gone.  All of it was gone.  In its place was…nothing.  Well, just sand, grass, and the expansive sky.  He had never seen so much blue.  The sun glared; the sand burned right through his loafers.  He scratched his head and the sand was already laced through it.

“Dang!” he thought.  “Those dating sites aren’t worth it.  I don’t understand… “Then, he did.  He thought back and he did.  When it said “occupation: witch”, he had laughed.  Perhaps, he should not have done that on the date.

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – Carolyn – Bring Home the Hay – Horror Rated R

Well, Carolyn’s story is drawing to a close.  You can read all the parts in her page listed to the left on this blog.  The snippet below is for this week’s prompt to Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  Click > HERE < for the rest when done.  Enjoy!!!

Source: Copyright -Sandra Crook

Bring Home the Hay

Scott L Vannatter- 100 Words

Carolyn burst through the door of the elementary, killing night crawlers in the process.  She continued fighting.  Her thoughts kept drifting to how much the girls were hoping for some sweets this time in her search through the town.  Jenny kept saying, “Bring home the hay!” Carolyn had not been certain where the saying had come from, but she got the idea.  Now, there were night crawlers in the building going for the girls and Carolyn was not certain they would get through this one without injury or worse.

She snapped back.  A crawler had Jenny pushed to the wall.

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Namaste,

Scott

Friday Fictioneers – Carolyn – The Tolling Bell – horror – Rated R – 2/21/14

****Important Note!!!!  Okay, sales were so-so for the 4 books I am anthologized in.
However, good news is:  At present ,they are all free on Kindle (you can also read them on your pc).
So, hop to Amazon…do a search for “Kevin Bufton”.  There are 9 or 10 free books (incl the ones I was not put into).
Here are mine:
War is Hell
Under the Knife
Another 100 Horrors
The Dead Sea

Another week another prompt (see below) from Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wis0ff-Fields.  After reading my prompt below, please click > HERE < to see the rest of the creations.  Enjoy!!!

source: Copyright – David Stewart

The Tolling of the Bell

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Carolyn was out searching for weapons and food for the fourth time this week.  She knew Sheila and the children could handle getting the elementary fixed up security-wise.  She just wanted to spend time talking to all of them, her family.

She checked the home for night crawlers, then headed to the kitchen.  The shelves held flour, a little out of date, and sugar, along with salt and some spices.

“Well, soup will be tasty, at least.”

The sound of the bell in the distance had her running.  It was the alarm for trouble.  She only knew of one type.

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Namaste,

Scott

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