#StitchedSaturday – June 22, 2019

#writingprompt #WritingCommunity #FlashFiction #StitchedSaturday #HouseofStitched This Saturday's writing prompt: Max Word Count: 500 Min Word Count: 300 Using the image below, tell us a story. Then share the post and get others to choose their faves or participate with their own contribution! (Picture credit: https://picsart.com/i/image-darkart-depressed-freetoedit-227153035028202)

Advertisements

#StitchedSaturday – MARCH 22, 2019 – #WritingPrompt

Give me your demons, your Vikings, your battle-scarred warrior. Instead of picking one photo, let's create a world with ALL of them together! MIN WORD COUNT: 2k Poetry Min - 300 NO MAX! Email: Vasquez @ stitchedsmilepublications.com (NO SPACES) SUBJECT: #StitchedSaturday March 22 PLEASE include BIO, Name (or writing as), Title and ALL Links you'd … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – MARCH 22, 2019 – #WritingPrompt

#StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Ruthann Jagge

When The Music Stops Ruthann Jagge   “When you dance with the devil you wait for the song to stop!” Barry the Baptist, “Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels Slide. Dip. Bend. Hair flip. Drop down and add another level of sore to your bruised knees with a heel clack. Grind then twerk, put your … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Ruthann Jagge

#StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Thomas R. Clark

The Lady in Black   By Thomas R Clark   Do you remember a time when you were a child, when the Moon and Mars lit the late summer night? How could you forget the celestial bodies casting their cosmic haze? A contrast of silver and red, shining brighter than any star in the heaven, … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Thomas R. Clark

#StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Scott Deegan

THE DESTINATION by Scott Deegan   The bus had been early, otherwise I never would have been walking that night. The 10 o'clock bus is called the 10 o'clock bus for a reason, but it was usually late. My shift at Burger King had ended at 9:20 and it was a good twenty five or … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – 3/2/19 – Scott Deegan

#StitchedSaturday 3/2/19 – Michael Vachmiel

Head Trauma Michael Vachmiel   “Death smells of oranges.” Katrina shot Raylen a look. “It amazes me how people ignore the obvious Katrina. You would think the thousands of people that come through our doors weekly someone would realize that death and suffering don’t smell like produce” “Well the staff likes citrus and it puts … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 3/2/19 – Michael Vachmiel

#StitchedSaturday 3-2-19 #Writing Prompt

From the dark mind of Francois Vaillancourt This week's prompt will be inspired by the following picture. Please follow the rules for your submission. Must be a min of 500 words, and max of 1500 words [poetry can be 50-500] Must be emailed to: vasquez @ stitchedsmilepublications.com [no spaces] Include your bio in the body … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 3-2-19 #Writing Prompt

#HumpDay #StitchedSaturday Special Note

Hey everyone! I apologize but this past #StitchedSaturday got botched by yours truly. Some of the entries didn't make it in due to my being ill. I decided to give a bump on HUMP DAY. Please give our authors a lil extra love, today. Warmest Regards, Lisa

#StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Ash Hartwell

The Visitor Ash Hartwell Contrary to the family of the young woman who sired my child, I am not, to quote their overpaid lawyer, ‘an irresponsible delinquent’. True, I met their daughter in a club. She had looked so vulnerable in her little black dress, obviously borrowed from one of her more demonstrative friends. She … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Ash Hartwell

#StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Thomas R. Clark

Gloom Knight   Thomas R Clark       “Fuck you, witch.” Gerrard spat blood at Ami Nightswan’s boots. She stood before him, Dusk and Dawn drawn, the crystal blades covered in a neon auras. They hummed and vibrated, creating a soundtrack of white noise. He was on his knees, hunched over, his bald head … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday 2/16/19 – Thomas R. Clark