Writing in the wrong place #100 word story

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   PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

 

“Mom! What a peaceful place! A writing desk at the window with a wonderful view of the stream, and the mountains! Isn’t this place perfect to finish your novel?”

“Emily, the house is perfect. But I couldn’t work on my novel. See that brick house across us.  Whenever I sit at my desk, the lady in that house notices me and waves at me. Immediately she comes home, starts chattering and doesn’t leave for a couple of hours. I don’t understand how to avoid her. Probably I should pull down the blinds before I start writing!”

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Word count:96

Each week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple hosts Friday Fictioneers where we’re challenged to write a piece of flash fiction in 100 words, more or less, based on the picture above. Thank you, Rochelle, for this challenge.

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23 thoughts on “Writing in the wrong place #100 word story

  1. Yeah they interrupt all the time, demand your time then ask “where’s that novel you’re supposed to be writing?

  2. Used to live in a place like that… now, have to say, I kinda miss the old biddy gossiper. Never had to order a paper or watch the news with her around… of course, her news wasn’t always without bias or even factual, but it was entertaining.

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