Happy Friday Readers – I am joining in with Friday Fictioneers. Reminder: This is FICTION. I have to mention this because some readers skim quickly – and so please note that this is a make-believe story about “work” to go with Rochelle’s Friday Fiction photo prompt. Here is the photo: Here is my FICTION “Don’t … More Don’t Quit (Micro Fiction) & Emily Dickinson’s Take on Hope
“Not Sure” (Friday Fiction Word Count: 97) Really? This is it? Honey, I’m not sure…. not sure I can live here. Not sure we have a choice right now. But you said Los Gatos?? I thought it’d be … More Not sure…. (Friday Fictioneers)
Joe McCormick, a CDC investigator, hunted Ebola in 1976. He was exposed to Ebola from a bloody needle. Thinking he’d die, he drank a small bottle of Scotch. He survived. Fast-mutating viruses are scary and perplexing, but Joe still argues that quality Scotch can kill a filovirus…. If you catch it early! Joe’s shoes are … More Joe’s Shoes (Micro Fiction)
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