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Monday, January 31, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 2-4-11


(Source image: Playboy Playmates Karissa and Kristina Shannon)

Your challenge for this Friday, 2-4-11, is to use the picture above to write a flash fiction of 68-134 words. Since everyone seems to be enjoying the required phrases, please use this phrase in your submission:

"...a double dose..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class. 

SPECIAL NOTE: I will not be collecting a participants list this week in the usual way (that is, by comments and emails left for me). Instead, the Friday post will have some code in the body of the post itself that will allow you to leave a link to your entry if you are participating. This does mean that you'll have to drop by here on Friday (my Friday entry will be scheduled for 12:01 AM, so it'll go up in plenty of time for you all to leave your own link), but it also means I don't have to chase people down to find out if they're participating or not, or spend half of Friday editing the entry to reflect late additions. We'll see how this method works for a week or two.

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.


Check back here on Friday for my take on the challenge and the list of participants, and then again on Monday for the next FFF challenge! And as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see used in an upcoming week, send them my way.

 -- PB

Friday, January 28, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday 1-28-11: "Not As Expected"

(Photo source unknown)

“So how was your day, hon?” he asked, standing in the doorway, relishing her shock. “From the looks of you, it was a good one.”

She had the grace to look embarrassed. Terror warred with resignation on her face.

“No answer?” He smiled grimly and moved toward the wardrobe, opening it, revealing a busty blonde with her arms held protectively over her nudity. He jerked his thumb at the door. “Out.”

She stumbled out of the room, sneaking frightened glances over her shoulder. He turned to Lauren, still huddled in the middle of the bed. “Thirty minutes to gather your things,” he said. “If you're not gone by then, I come after you with this.”

The shotgun's "click-clack" rang and echoed, promising blood.

Your challenge for today was to use the picture above and write a flash fiction of 93-129 words. Additionally, I provided a key phrase I wanted to see used somewhere in the submission:

"...held protectively..."

Nobody's checking word counts, or for the key phrase, but you're only cheating yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're doing it to earn a spanking (in which case, see me after class).

Special Bonus Director's Commentary Track:

I think the expectation with a picture like this is the typical porn movie scenario: if a guy comes home and finds his woman cheating on him with another woman, he's supposed to be delighted rather than upset, and happily join in, or at least watch them ravage each other. That's definitely a happier outcome (and I like to think it's how I would react), but what about those to whom trust is everything? The ones with whom a breach of confidence is enough to cause irreparable damage? To someone like that, I thought, it wouldn't make a damn bit of difference whether his girlfriend was fucking another man or another woman. And so, rather than follow the "let's all get naked and have fun" path, I went with the more depressing and bitter one. I rather hope most of you came up with something more delectable.

Massive bonus points for anyone who can identify what movie I stole the title phrase from. 

The following people are participating this week. Go check out their take on this FFF, won't you, and thank 'em for playing along.

Oversexed Librarian:  http://oversexedlibrarian.blogspot.com
David:  http://dsinvegas.blogspot.com
Soren:  http://amorousdays.blogspot.com
Sephani:  http://sephanipaige.wordpress.com
MarQe:  http://marqe.blogspot.com  (MarQe is a newcomer to FFF; go say welcome)
Lexi:  http://lex-ploits.blogspot.com
Angelika:  http://angelikadevlyn.wordpress.com
Dee:  http://curvaceousdee.com
Max:  http://mystic-satyr.blogspot.com
Dioneo:  http://eccespanko.blogspot.com
Check back here on Monday for the next challenge! And if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see in a future challenge, please send them my way.

Please note: I will be trying an experiment for next Friday. Rather than gather a participants list via email / comments, I'll be using a widget which allows participants to leave their links at the end of my Friday post to let everyone else know they've participated. That way it doesn't matter if you decide to participate at the last second, or if you forget to contact me ahead of time. Just leave your link on the post and you'll be set. The Friday post will go up at 12:01 AM.



-- PB

Monday, January 24, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 1-28-11

(Photo source unknown)

Your challenge for this Friday, 1-28-11, is to use the photo above to write a flash fiction of 93-129 words. Since everyone seems to be enjoying the required phrases, please use this phrase in your submission:

"...held protectively..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class.

The usual reminders apply: if you're planning on joining in the fun, please email me (insatiabear (AT) gmail [DOT] com) or leave a comment here, sometime before Friday. And please, for the love of all that's holy, include a website address if you email me, or if your commenting profile doesn't have a link to your page. It makes things a whole hell of a lot easier for me. You all want to do that, don't you? Right. If you don't let me know you're playing, or don't tell me where you can be found, I'll have to leave you off the list of participants when I post it on Friday. And nobody wants that.

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.


Check back here on Friday for my take on the challenge and the list of participants, and then again on Monday for the next FFF challenge! And as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see used in an upcoming week, send them my way.

 -- PB

Friday, January 21, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday 1-21-10

(Photo borrowed from Tempting Sweets, model/source unknown. Photo a bit larger than the usual size because it's hard to see details when it's at smaller sizes).



I am breaking my own rule here and not posting a story this week. Due to a death in my family I find myself rather unable to write anything sexy and hot. The list of participants this week is below. There will be another challenge on Monday; see you all then.



Your challenge for today was to use the picture above and write a flash fiction of 101-156 words. Additionally, I provided a key phrase I wanted to see used somewhere in the submission:

"...rich and dark..."


The following people are participating this week. Go check out their take on this FFF, won't you, and thank 'em for playing along.

Drenchxoxo:  http://thedrenchedone.blogspot.com
Soren:  http://amorousdays.blogspot.com
Advizor:  http://advizortoall.blogspot.com
Rozewolf:  http://wordwytch.wordpress.com
Lexi:  http://lex-ploits.blogspot.com
Angelika:  http://angelikadevlyn.wordpress.com
Aeon's Angel:  http://afreedomtosubmit.blogspot.com

-- PB

Monday, January 17, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 1-21-11

(Photo borrowed from Tempting Sweets, model/source unknown. Photo a bit larger than the usual size because it's hard to see details when it's at smaller sizes).

Your challenge for this Friday, 1-21-11, is to use the photo above to write a flash fiction of 101-156 words. And here's a phrase for you to use in your submission:

"...rich and dark..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class.

The usual reminders apply: if you're planning on joining in the fun, please email me (insatiabear (AT) gmail [DOT] com) or leave a comment here, sometime before Friday. And please, for the love of all that's holy, include a website address if you email me, or if your commenting profile doesn't have a link to your page. It makes things a whole hell of a lot easier for me. You all want to do that, don't you? Right. If you don't let me know you're playing, or don't tell me where you can be found, I'll have to leave you off the list of participants when I post it on Friday. And nobody wants that.

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.


Check back here on Friday for my take on the challenge and the list of participants, and then again on Monday for the next FFF challenge! And as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see used in an upcoming week, send them my way.

 -- PB

Friday, January 14, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday 1-14-10: "Service with a Smile"

(Source image: "Jeans Girl" by Reinfried Marass. Photo provided by Rozewolf.)

“Pardon me?”

Olivia pulled her head out from under the bonnet of the Mustang and rose, stretching. “Yes?”

“Um....I need a master mechanic,” the blonde standing by the garage door said tentatively. “Is that you?”

Olivia nodded. “Oh yes,” she said, liking what she saw. Dirty blonde hair, artfully tousled, hourglass figure, legs that went for approximately six miles. “Good service with a smile, that's me. What've you got that's in need of work?”

“Well, my Caddy hasn't had a good tuneup in a long, long while,” the blonde replied. Her gaze locked with Olivia's in a direct challenge. Olivia almost heard the click. Her heart started hammering.

“Oh, you don't have to worry, I'll take care of that,” Olivia said. “Change your oil, put some acid in your battery, stop your radiator from steaming. Trust me, I'll lubricate you good.”

Oh, shit. Betrayed by lust. She went crimson. “It! I'll lubricate it good! I, um. Oh geez.”

The blonde moved in as Olivia fumbled. “Shut up,” she said, almost kindly. “I liked it better the first way.” She licked her lips, and her hands slid down Olivia's back to her ass.


Your challenge for today was to use the picture above and write a flash fiction of 153-208 words. Additionally, I provided a key phrase I wanted to see used somewhere in the submission:

"...a good tuneup..."

Nobody's checking word counts, or for the key phrase, but you're only cheating yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're doing it to earn a spanking (in which case, see me after class).

Special Bonus Director's Commentary Track:

I'd been toying with the idea of writing a piece that was all mechanical innuendo, phrase after phrase, getting as dirty as I could get without ever using the "real" words. I kept putting it off because for once my copious imagination was deserting me; I couldn't come up with decent scenarios to save my life.

Then Rozewolf sent me this photo with a couple of others, and the second I saw it I knew I had my garage piece. Since it was a Caddy in the pic, I also drew heavily from Johnny Winter's awesome blues tune "Master Mechanic", to the point of stealing many of the phrasings from the lyrics. Maybe it's cheating, but I choose to call it a homage. That's my excuse, anyway. I was too busy to get anything more detailed done this week. God, how I hate it when real life gets in the way of my playtime.

The following people are participating this week. Go check out their take on this FFF, won't you, and thank 'em for playing along.


Sephani Paige:  http://sephanipaige.wordpress.com
Soren:  http://amorousdays.blogspot.com
Drenchxoxo:  http://thedrenchedone.blogspot.com
David:  http://dsinvegas.blogspot.com
Lexi:  http://lex-ploits.blogspot.com
Oversexed Librarian:  http://oversexedlibrarian.blogspot.com 
Advizor:  http://advizortoall.blogspot.com
Rozewolf:  http://wordwytch.wordpress.com   (Rozewolf also provided this week's photo)

Check back here on Monday for the next challenge! And if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see in a future challenge, please send them my way. Thanks again to Rozewolf for providing this week's photo. I mean seriously, look at that ass.


-- PB

Monday, January 10, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 1-15-11

(Source image: "Jeans Girl" by Reinfried Marass. Photo provided by Rozewolf.)

Thanks to all who participated over the past couple weeks even though I wasn't around to administrate things! Thanks also to David and to Lexi, who made some efforts to try and organize things a bit with me gone. I appreciate it, folks.

But we're back to normal this week (or at least, as normal as things ever get around here). Your challenge for this Friday, 1-15-11, is to use the photo above to write a flash fiction of 153-208 words. Since everyone seems to be enjoying the required phrases, please use this phrase in your submission:

"...a good tuneup..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class.

The usual reminders apply: if you're planning on joining in the fun, please email me (insatiabear (AT) gmail [DOT] com) or leave a comment here, sometime before Friday. And please, for the love of all that's holy, include a website address if you email me, or if your commenting profile doesn't have a link to your page. It makes things a whole hell of a lot easier for me. You all want to do that, don't you? Right. If you don't let me know you're playing, or don't tell me where you can be found, I'll have to leave you off the list of participants when I post it on Friday. And nobody wants that.

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.


Check back here on Friday for my take on the challenge and the list of participants, and then again on Monday for the next FFF challenge! And as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see used in an upcoming week, send them my way. Thanks to Rozewolf for providing this week's photo! 

-- PB

Friday, January 7, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday 1-7-11: "Deluge"

(Image provided by Sephani Paige, original source unknown)

The world had fallen in thunder and ruin around her ears. How could she have been so blind?

She'd been charmed by those good looks and his ready wit, missing the vicious glint dancing in the depths of those unreadable black eyes. A mistake, and a nearly fatal one. Now she lay prostrate in the alleyway, clutching shreds of her clothing, bruised and torn, aching head whirling, his foul cum still leaking down her thighs.

A rumble overhead announced the gods weren't done fucking with her yet. Droplets of pain fell on her upturned face and danced staccato steps along her spine. They tore away, at last, the last remnants of self-control. Silently, she wept in tandem with the raindrops, wondering just how she could ever go back to her life after what had been done to her.


Your challenge for today was to use the picture above and write a flash fiction of 106-206 words. Additionally, I provided a key phrase I wanted to see used somewhere in the submission:

"...droplets of [[any noun you choose]]..."

Nobody's checking word counts, or for the key phrase, but you're only cheating yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're doing it to earn a spanking (in which case, see me after class).

Special Bonus Director's Commentary Track: 

I don't know what it is about the new year that tends to make me melancholy. You'd think that it would be a time of happiness and rebirth for pretty much everyone concerned. So it is for most (and for me as well, this year), but for the life of me I just can't shake the deepening sadness that tends to creep over me for the last few days of the year and the first few of the new year (witness, for example, this piece that I wrote for New Year's last year). Maybe it's the result of having spent too many New Year's Eves alone with no one to kiss. Maybe it's the fact that I'm too damn introspective for my own good. Maybe I'm just depressive and need to snap the hell out of it. Maybe I'm just overanalyzing and I'll be right as a trivet again after I kill a few children and old ladies (as Stephen King would say). Maybe none of these.

Even without that, though, this picture would tend to make me sad. Try as I might, I couldn't turn it into anything happy; there's just something in her posture and the expression on her face (what little you can see of it) that says to me she's anything but happy. Maybe the rest of you had more luck with it.

In any case, I hope your own holidays and New Year's have been much more cheerful than this. As in the past couple weeks, there is no participants list this week as I am traveling for personal and business reasons. Look for a return to normality on Monday, when I will be returned from my travels and once again be collecting participant lists and leaving comments on everyone else's entries. There will probably be a more cheerful picture as well, to help wash the lingering bad taste of this little tale away. And, as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see in a future challenge, please send them my way. Thanks to Sephani Paige for this week's photo. 

-- PB

Monday, January 3, 2011

Flash Fiction Friday Challenge for 1-7-11

(Image provided by Sephani Paige, original source unknown)

Happy New Year! Your challenge for this Friday, 1-7-11, is to use the picture above to write a flash fiction of 106-206 words. Since everyone seems to be enjoying the required phrases, please use this phrase in your submission:

"...droplets of [[any noun you choose]]..."

As usual, nobody's checking word counts, or the key phrase, but you only cheat yourself if you break the rules. Unless you're breaking them to earn a spanking....in which case, see me after class. 

SPECIAL NOTE:


I will be travelling for personal and business reasons from December 18th until January 10th. During that time I will not be able to collect the participant list like usual to go along with the Friday post, and will probably not be able to leave comments on everyone else's takes. However, since I don't want you all to be entirely bereft of FFF action, I will still have a challenge post/pic/phrase up on each Monday during that time period, and will still provide my own take on Friday. I just won't be able to provide a participant list like usual on that Friday. I hope you folk will still participate!

Here's a button for you if you want to include that in your post. Use it to link back to the challenge post, if you like, or link to the Flash Fiction Friday FAQ if you'd rather do that. That Flash Fiction Friday FAQ is also the link you should visit if you're new to the whole FFF thing and have questions. I want everybody to enjoy this, after all.


Check back here on Friday for my take on the challenge, and then again on Monday for the next FFF challenge! And as always, if you have any photos or artwork you'd like to see used in an upcoming week, send them my way. Thanks to Sephani Paige for this week's photo.

 -- PB