Wednesday, October 26, 2016


Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields instructs participants to:

Write a complete story in 100 words or less

Beginning, Middle and End

Proofread and Edit

Post and link your Story URL

Include photo prompt and InLinkz code

Take the time to read and comment.

Make. Every. Word. Count.

PHOTO PROMPT © Peter Abbey


I gazed through the walkway, an unassuming path that screamed danger. I ignored the warning. My desire for freedom was like an unquenchable thirst. I would allow nothing to stand in my way.

It was my sixteenth birthday and the exact hour of my birth, the moment when we were given the option to join the cult or take the path to the unknown. Did I have the nerve?

Was it courage to want a life that didn't start with a motherhood before my seventeenth birthday? If I didn't make it through the gauntlet, it meant death.

I chose.


100 words
Yolanda Renée © 2017

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  1. Ohhhhh, very good one. And hope is such a strong word and feeling.

  2. Have to break free from those crazy arse cults.

  3. Very nice. Those first lines really capture the feel of the photo too.

  4. Nice. What a lovely short piece! I wrote one piece of flash fiction this short, and man was that tricky. You nailed it!

  5. A good one These type prompts are always such fun to read.

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  6. Good story. I suspect I'd never be good at writing really short stories. Every word has to count and that is definitely not my forte.

  7. I am glad she went for freedom and hope. :)

  8. Wow! Good choice, but what are the consequences? Great, Yolanda!


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