One Photo, Ten Stories, 100 Words Each

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Wanted to follow yesterday’s somber post with some imaginative stories from last week’s Friday Fictioneers challenge (my own interpretation of the prompt is here):

  1. A broken appliance on your property can be annoying, but a different source of irritation is the subject for Brenda’s Thoughts
  2. Penny Gadd explores the apocalyptic potential of the prompt
  3. Really liked the ending provided by Jo Hawk
  4. Keith Hillman provides a metaphoric take on the photo
  5. The image seems ideal for humor, and Trent P. McDonald delivers an entertaining riff
  6. Phyllis Moore comes up with a unique use for the abandoned appliance
  7. If I keep reading the story by Nelkumi while looking at the photo prompt, my imagination might eventually get unstuck
  8. I’m not a big fan of puns, but Anthony North‘s play on words is fun
  9. The term “nuke the fridge” is the inspiration for David Stewart‘s story
  10. In Varad‘s tale, the door opens to a horrible surprise

 

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