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Flash Fiction: Excerpt from They All Died Smiling | Friday Fictioneers 25 January 2019

January 24th, 2019

This is a flash fiction story for the Friday Fictioneers writing challenge that author Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts each week. Anyone can play, including you! You get a photo prompt ad write whatever that image calls to your mind. For me, this week’s image made me think of my paranormal/urban fantasy novel They  All Died Smiling, available online, in libraries, and in bookstores everywhere. While researching instances of people who died violently with smiles on their faces, reluctant demon hunter and busybody Kassidy Spence comes across this news story in the Stone County Gazette. (And... Read More

Flash Fiction: When One Door Closes

January 19th, 2019

This is actually a book excerpt from my WIP Hypnotic Deception, sequel to They All Died Smiling, which is available in digital and print everywhere you love to get your books. And yes, I ended it the way I did on purpose. No spoilers! When One Door Closes By Ronda Del Boccio for Friday Fictioneers, 18 January 2019 Word count: 100 Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson Pen poised in my trembling hand, I read the contract, trying to make sense of the words, of their implication. Is this what I want? They say when one door closes, another opens. Well, Randy’s death shattered... Read More

Flash Fiction: When One Door Closes | Friday Fictioneers 18 January 2019

January 19th, 2019

bla This is actually a book excerpt from my WIP Hypnotic Deception, sequel to They All Died Smiling, which is available in digital and print everywhere you love to get your books. And yes, I ended it the way I did on purpose. No spoilers! When One Door Closes By Ronda Del Boccio for Friday Fictioneers, 18 January 2019 Word count: 100 Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson Pen poised in my trembling hand, I read the contract, trying to make sense of the words, of their implication. Is this what I want? They say when one door closes, another opens. Well, Randy’s... Read More

flash Fiction: Beck’s Christmas Gift for Friday Fictioneers 11 January 2019

January 12th, 2019

Welcome! Here’s another tale told in 100 words. Anyone is welcome to participate in the Friday Fictioneers weekly flash fiction writing challenge. You don’t have to consider yourself a writer or be published. Just tell a 100-word story in any genre that relates to the photo prompt. I find participating in this exercise helps me be a better writer. Heartfelt thanks to the amazing and talented Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for running this weekly game. Beck’s Christmas Gift By Ronda Del Boccio For Friday Fictioneers, 11 January 2019 Word count: 100 Genre Mainstream story set in the... Read More

Flash Fiction Story: Boots and Baked Goods | Friday Fictioneers 21 Dec. 2018

December 22nd, 2018

Welcome to another “flash fiction” story, a complete tale in u100 words or less.   If you want totry your hand, feel encouraged to come play! It’s one of the very best ways to improve your writing skills. lus, you get the satisfaction of comploeting a whole story in ot that much time. Boots and Baked Goods By Ronda Del boccio For Friday Fictioneers, 21 December, 2018 Word Count: 98 Genre: Mainstream/paranormal. No demons in this story, but it’s from the sequel to they All Died Smiling, a paranormal/urban fantasy novel. Note: In this story, Reluctant Demon Hunter Kassidy... Read More

Flash Fiction: Little Rock | Friday Fictioneers Dec. 7, 2018

December 6th, 2018

This is flash fiction, a 100-word story. In this week’s story, you’ll encounter young Russ and Uncle Walt,from last week’s story, “The New Girl,” and you meet the new girl herself,young Kassidy. In my paranormal Urban fantasy novel They All Died Smiling, from the Reluctant Demon Hunter series, Kassidy tells her roommate Julie about the time Russ ran away to go to the city. Here’s the flash fiction version of that tale.Ronda Del Boccio, author PHOTO PROMPT © Dawn M. Miller Little Rock By Ronda Del Boccio For FridayFictioneers, December 7, 2018 Genre: Mainstream... Read More

Flash Fiction Story: The New Girl | Friday Fictioneers, 30 Nov., 2018

November 29th, 2018

I’ve been working on a novel this month, yet I’ve loved writing these short stories. This is another one from the world of Kassidy Spence from the Reluctant Demon Hunter story. It’s yet another mundane tale…um…mainstream. Can you believe it? HA! It comes from right after Aunt Beck and Uncle Walt took her in, when she was 7. You meet Uncle Walt (dead before They All Died Smiling), and a young Russell Higgins. Here is the photo prompt. PHOTO PROMPT © Nick Allen …and here is the flash fiction story. The New Girl By Ronda Del Boccio for Friday Fictioneers... Read More

Flash Fiction: Phoenix Flowers | Friday Fictioneers, 16 November, 2018

November 15th, 2018

Here’s another flash fiction short story for you!  Here’s the Friday Fictioneers  photo prompt. PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields  Phoenix Flowers Genre: Mainstream (Wh-wh-whaaaaaat? I wrote a mundane story? Yup. Although, a paranormal culprit could be behind the fire that destroyed the town.) Word count: 100. “You can do this, Aunt Beck.” She slashed a tear from her eye. I squeezed her knee. “I know.” “Kass, I can’t do this.” She clutched the door handle. “Stay with me.” “I’ll stay here.” “Half the town’s gone.” Stubborn woman. “You... Read More

Flash Fiction: The Bones of My Vision | Friday Fictioneers 9 Nov., 2018

November 13th, 2018

I keep wanting to participate in Friday Fictioneers then not managing to do it. So finally, Rochelle, here is another story. I’m guilty of an abundance of life. heehee. I’m sure everyone can relate. Friday Fictioneers is a weekly blog challenge in which you write a 100-word or less story based on a photo prompt. Here is this week’s PHOTO PROMPT © J.S. Brand And here is my story. The Bones of My Vision 92 words By Ronda Del Boccio (c) 2018 I sat in my circle of salty tears, seeking a vision on a moon-dark night. “What’s next?” I paced the circle for warmth and wisdom. “Yup,... Read More

Friday Fictioneers 9 March, 2018: Guardian

March 11th, 2018

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly blog challenge that lets you write a 100- word (or less) flash fiction story that relates to a photo prompt. Please find the original post  and photo prompt on RochelleWisoff.com. After the story, I will share my inspiration. Guardian Genre:  Mundane fiction “The perfect tribute, n’est pa?” Amber snuggled into Pierre. Lilac scent on the breeze kissed them. Pierre let out a long, slow breath. “C’est bizarre.” Amber squirmed around to face him. “Bizarre? Why? Papa loved this place.” She broke free and distanced herself. With an expansive gesture,... Read More

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