Guardian -Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction Photo Prompt!

Hello all!

I hope you are well and ready for some more Flash Fiction. As always, we are given our photo prompt by our wonderful Friday Fictioneer leader, Rochelle . The rules are to write a story in 100 words, using the photo prompt as inspiration. :) I do apologise for my being behind with reading everyone’s work. I am hoping to catch up shortly.

So here is my attempt for this week. I hope you enjoy it.

PHOTO PROMPT © Douglas M. MacIlroyCopyright - Douglas M. MacIlroy


A cold breeze tickles my face.

She’s back.

“He’s here.” Lisa whispers.

 I shiver.

I hear him shouting and things smashing.

I blink and rub my eyes as she points to my wardrobe.


I climb in amongst my clothes.

Lisa presses a finger to her mouth and the doors close on me.

A scream.

Gun shots fired.


My bedroom door creaks open.

I hold my breath, squeezing my eyes shut as tears run down my cheeks.

“Found her!” The policeman shouts.

Lisa stands in the corner of my room watching.

“Thank you.” I whisper.

Lisa nods and with a little wave, my big sister disappears.


Thank you so much for taking the time to read my offering! If you fancy reading some more stories from the Friday Fictioneers please click on the little blue froggy, you won’t be disappointed!

The Hollow

19th-22nd October 2016

Mad Cow Productions present THE HOLLOW By Agatha Christie – THE HOLLOW is a classic English country house mystery, and rather a lot of fun.

An unhappy game of romantic follow-the-leader explodes into murder one weekend at The Hollow, home of Sir Henry and Lucy Angkatell.

With all the usual suspects assembled:  the jilted lover, mistress, wife, and of course, a butler. It is up to Inspector Colquhoun and Sergeant Penny to work out “whodunit!”

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28 thoughts on “Guardian -Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction Photo Prompt!

    • Thank you for reading and taking the time to comment Sandra, very much appreciated. I seem to be constantly apologising at the moment for being very behind in reading everyones work. I’m learning lines at the mo but hope to catch up soon. Thank you for sticking with me! 🙂


    • thank you so much! I like playing with the format and cross my fingers that it works with the story. I have a few ideas of how her sister came to be there and her demise but I may use that for another time lol 🙂


  1. Interesting the different viewpoints on this story. As for mine, I thought Lisa killed someone and the police arrested her. I didn’t think that she might be a friendly ghost. Anyway it’s the ambiguity that makes it a great story!

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