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Die Hütte – Friday Fictioneers

Good Wednesday evening, my peeps.  I almost didn’t play this week.  But this photo called me.  And then I worried I’d do something similar to what I’ve already done so… I’ve decided to do a little FanFic.  One of former Friday Fictioneers, Claire Fuller, was my inspiration – considering I’m reading her latest and fourth novel, it might be the why 🙂  Should you have something wonderful to write about this lovely image from Alicia Jamtaas, do so, please. And leave your link by clicking on the frog below.  As always, a thank you goes to Rochelle for herding this rowdy bunch of cats every week!

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Die Hütte

Oh look!  It could be Die Hütte from Claire Fuller’s “Our Endless Numbered Days”!

Don’t be ridiculous. It was small, but not that small!  Could you imagine two people living in there?

Oh right.  I guess not.  Still, I don’t think it was very big. They were pretty cramped in there.  And where’s your imagination, anyway?

Apologies.  While we are at it, let’s pretend we are in Germany, too.  Shall we go see what it looks like inside?

Maybe we’ll find a body!

I should hope to hell not! What is wrong with you anyway? Your life not interesting enough?


138 thoughts on “Die Hütte – Friday Fictioneers

    • I like to think she will be 😉
      I am halfway through her latest and really enjoying it. Totally different – then again, all of her books are totally distinct!

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  1. Dear Dale,

    It does put one in mind of that book. Very disturbing but so well written. I, too, miss her participation in FF.
    I like what you did with the place. 😉

    Shalom and lotsa cloistered hugs,


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    • Dear Rochelle,

      Once it came to mind, it wouldn’t leave. And I am rather thrilled that Claire read and liked it 🙂
      Haha! Thank you!

      Shalom and lotsa survivalist love,


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  2. Aha, nice little fanfic, and I hope there isn’t a body there. The book draws you in, doesn’t it? I read the first two and have Bitter Orange on my to-read list. Reading Crispina’s Spinner’s Child right now. Sadly, I don’t have much time for reading any more. Now, if I stopped writing my endless WIP, I could read more…
    Why does everyone see a german vibe in that picture?

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    • I cannot say I was thinking of Germany – and had to remind myself that it took place there 😉 All of her books do. I am reading her latest “Unsettled Ground” and it is as good and totally different – as all her books are! I have all of Crispina’s books lined up to read. So many books, so little time… bloody work gets in the way 😉

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  3. Q

    Yanno, small housing IS all the rage these days. So I have no doubt they can make it work if they really wanna. No pool tables or juke boxes though. No “great room” since there is only one room to begin with. And I do not even want to know what the bathroom situation is, which I have to assume (pray) means there is an outhouse.


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  4. The scene is set and all one has to do next is step inside the picture.

    An adventure awaits but what thrills or horrors could befall the unsuspecting actor within?

    Alas, one must find their own destiny and live it the best way that they can.

    A great post Dale and one must acknowledge the artist for a glimpse into their world.



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