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Friday Fictioneers – Talent

10 October, 2014

It’s time for the weekly gathering of Friday Fictioneers everyone! Enormous gratitude as always to Rochelle for sending prompt pics around the wall for us all to study and scratch our heads over until 100 words come out. Here is this week’s pictoral pondering:


And my 100 words go a little bit like this…



“And what’s in this room?” Beth wondered.

“Oh, not much,” Casper said, opening the door. He stood back, leant nonchalantly against the wall as Beth entered.

She gasped at the array of keyboards, sequencers, drum machines. “You play all of these?” she asked.
”Well,” Casper shrugged, “I dabble.”

“Can you play me something?” Beth asked, her excited eyes pleading.

“Not right now,” Casper said, “I don’t want to wake the neighbours.” He ushered her from the room, closed the door. “Maybe another time,” he said, “when it’s not so late.”

And, he thought, when I’ve learnt how to play them.


  1. That made me 🙂

  2. Very funny. Ah, the male ego!

  3. He’s a good liar! Great story! Nan 🙂

  4. Clever dialogue. He’s quite an operator.

  5. Dear RG,

    Sooner or later Casper’s lies are going to catch up to him. Fun stuff.



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