She walks in the place between places, paw after paw, gentle step after gentle step.
Oh, the corporation says they own it. The fishermen say it's really theirs. But anyone who sees the cat's proud steps, his confident gaze, knows who is truly the Master of the Dock. This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for running the challenge and Timothy Meinberg for providing the prompt photo!
There is a story they tell in the kingdom of Mawu, where the jungle is green, the savannas gold, the earth full of diamonds, and the kings magnificent as the emperors of old. It is the story of Lion, fiercest and boldest of all beasts. He walked the jungle and the grass with no fear... Continue Reading →
Look everyone, a cat picture! And also a flash fiction response to this week's Mondays Finish the Story. When you're done staring at the cat picture (which, admittedly, might take a while) you can read the very short story below. And then stare at the cat picture again. Word Count: 117 Now this is living the life... Continue Reading →
This time, I'm actually posting my response on a Monday. Here's a link to the challenge. If you like participating in things, you can participate in that. And this time, there's a picture of a cat. He thought he found the perfect hiding spot. It concealed him from view completely. Well, almost completely. And humans were too stupid... Continue Reading →