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Flash Fiction: I Can’t Be Grace

May 28th, 2019
Covers of They All Died Smiling

Hello, and welcome! Thanks for stopping by. This is a work of flash fiction, a 100-word short story inspired by… The Friday Fictioneers Photo Prompt for 27 May 2019 PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll The Inspiration I love bringing in characters and situations from, or from the back-story of,  my paranormal romance novel They All Died Smiling. Our hero Kassidy (grown and widowed in the book) struggles with whether or not to use the very spiritual gift that has brought her nothing but heartache and betrayal all her life. This book is available everywhere online and in bookstores and libraries. As... Read More

Santuary Secret | Flash Fiction

April 11th, 2019

Here’s a free story for you, written for Friday Fictioneers 12 April 2019 Friday Fictioneers is a weekly blog challenge in which the host shares a photo writing prompt. You write a 100-word story that touches on the image in some way. It’s not about the specifics of the prompt. It’s about what comes to mind. Please feel encouraged to write your own tale and play along if you wish! Here’s the photo prompt Here’s the inspiration Kassidy Spence, the Reluctant Demon Hunter, goes on what is supposed to be another interview for the paper, but supernatural powers have... Read More

Family Story Night | Flash Fiction

April 9th, 2019
Covers of They All Died Smiling

This is a 100-word story for the Friday Fictioneers weekly blog challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-fields. Photo Prompt I took the photo she used for the challenge. My inspiration: Kassidy Spence, our hero in the paranormal/urban fantasy novel They All Died Smiling, used to entertain herself by writing stories and her family by telling stories. Her Aunt Beck started a weekly tradition of Family Storytelling Night, during which everyone took turns telling a tall or true tale. You won’t get any of that in the book, but thanks to this writing challenge, you get to know Kassidy and Russ,... Read More

Treat Thief | Flash Ficttion

February 4th, 2019
Flash fiction image showing lightning

Welcome! Here’s a little story snack, aka flash fiction for you. The Inspiration I love pulling characters from my books, and this time, I borrowed a situation featuring Kassidy Spence, heroin of the paranormal novel They All Died Smiling. This is from the second book, Hypnotic Deception, from when she is baking like a mad woman to help prepare for the engagement party of her brother (really a cousin but Aunt Beck raised her.)   The Photo Promjpt PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot   The Story “ Treat Thief By Ronda Del Boccio For Friday Fictioneers 3 May 2019 Genre: Mainstream story... Read More

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 Weekend Writing Prompt 90: Furrowed | Furrowed Fields

January 19th, 2019

A friend started participating in this weekend writing challenge, and it looked like fun, so I’m playing! This wee’s Weekend Writing Prompt #90 is “furrowed.” Want to try your hand at a 40-word story? Follow the link and have fun! In this story, you’ll meet young Kassidy during her first year living with Aunt Beck, Uncle Walt, and their 4 boys. She’s the heroine of my paranormal/urban fantasy novel They All Died Smiling. Furrowed Fields By Ronda Del Boccio I clang the bell. Tired workers come for supper. Rocky pulls my braid. “Wash,” Aunt Beck commands.... 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

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