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Friday Fictioneers – Follow Me

Friday Fictioneers is here and now I’ve properly confused you, haven’t I?  No, it is not Wednesday but Thursday!  You can count on me to not be consistent.  Keeps you on your toes, no?

Amy Reese has supplied this great photo that could have gone in so many directions (actually did, which is why it took me a day to decide which one to take!).  Rochelle, our ever-diligent hostess keeps us on our toes with her choices!

Please, do join in and give us your take on the prompt by clicking on the Blue Frog.  No? Not ready to write, then enjoy reading what some fabulous writers had to say!

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© Copyright Amy Reese

© Copyright Amy Reese

Genre:  Fiction

Word Count:  100

FOLLOW ME

Sarah loved exploring old neighbourhoods.  “What a great place with lots of character”, she thought.

Moving forward, she swore she saw someone gesture her to follow then disappear around the corner.

Intrigued, Sarah complied, excitement in her step.  Slowing her pace, she arrived at a broken-down stairway, no sign of anyone.

Deciding it might be best to not go forth, she then heard the whisper, “Come, follow me.”

Feeling a little like Alice in Wonderland, she lightly put her foot on the first step, gingerly making her way to the top, with no thought of danger.

Once there, she gasped.

71 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Follow Me

  1. Ah, you are definitely getting the hang of this!
    And I do like your consistent inconsistency.
    Or is that your inconsistent consistency?
    Nah, maybe I just like you.
    Neatly constructed tale.

  2. Dear Dale,

    You have me wondering what was at the top of those stairs. I hope it wasn’t Kevin. 😉 Nicely constructed and thanks for leaving me hanging by my fingertips. Thanks a lot. Well done.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  3. She’s much braver than this Sarah! I get really spooked out by things in real life, even though I enjoy writing spooky stuff and creating brave people to deal with it. Love the cliffhanger, but glad it’s my namesake facing whatever it is, and not me.

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