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Friday Fictioneers – The Best Apartment

Genre:  I received counsel to not give it away anymore!

100 Word Stories:  Friday Fictioneers

Photo Prompt:  © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Word Count:  100 words

The Best Apartment

© Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

“I’ll take the one with the bay window.”
“Why? Didn’t you say that the best is always at the top?”
“I know that’s what I usually say but just look at those fabulous windows!  Do you know how many stories I could come up with while sitting on the window seat, watching all the passersby?  I mean, seriously!  The world in front of me as my muse!”
“Oh, for Pete’s sake.  We are in the worst section of the city!  What are you going to write about, all the rubbies and hookers?”
“Pffft!  Nooo…. Ohmigosh look!  Isn’t that Gerard Butler?”

 

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77 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – The Best Apartment

  1. Cool story, nicely animated conversation.
    D’you know, I always wondered about that Butler chappie,
    These Scots are mair at hame on the seedier side of life, ye ken.

  2. Indeed! Bay window + Gerard Butler = 💖👍😘 a good story for sure.

    What do you mean counseled not to reveal the genre? (i’m trying to learn the many facets of the word ‘genre’ and how writers think of it, hence my curiosity).

  3. They tell me there’s a room with a view here in the asylum, but so far I’ve not been allowed to visit it in person. If so, I should hope to catch a glimpse of Scarlett Johansson passing by.

  4. Great dialogue there, Dale. I had to look up who Gerard Butler was, though. Um, lawyer turned actor and a Scot. Good looking, too! People-watching is great pastime for writers. I live in a house that requires me to climb 15 steps from the street up to my front door, providing me with a wonderful view from my upstairs window. You would not believe the things I see, including who’s going bald and how fast!

    • Thanks,.Sarah! I may (read, do) have a thing for a Scottish brogue…this one is definitel on my list! 😉
      Ha! That’s too funny!! But, oh so fun to people watch…

  5. A writer can always spot a good spot to watch the world go by. There is a line of town houses I sometimes go past when I go to London and the top floors all have huge glass windows – I always think those rooms would be perfect for writing in

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