Flash Fiction #7

Thanks for stopping. Another picture…another 100 words

“I’ll give you all one more reason why she’s perfect for our new ad campaign.”

“Dillon, we all agree she’s beautiful.”

His ex-wife hadn’t talked to him in six-months. He didn’t care if he bored them to death. He would get her hired.

“Do you see right here? In this shot her eyes express longing and that’s exactly what—”

“What, Dillon? What do you think she’s longing for now?”

Dillon had no words. His brain couldn’t wrap around the idea popping in his head. She longed for someone else… not him. His heart cracked open.

He’d already lost her.

Hope you enjoyed my flash today!! Don’t forget to follow the link to get to the other FFF posts. Flasher Fiction Friday. Or click away on the links below.

Bonni Sansom: http://bonnisansom.blogspot.com/
Gemma Parkes: http://gemmaparkes.blogspot.com/
Naomi Shaw: http://midnightfantasieswithnaomishaw.blogspot.com
Savannah Chase http://www.savannahchase.com/blog
Cyril J. Michael: http://authorcyriljmichaels.blogspot.ca/
Venus Cahill: http://www.venusbookluvr.blogspot.ca/
Leann Mitchell http://www.leannmitchell.blogspot.com/
Muffy Wilson:  http://MuffyWilson.blogspot.com

9 thoughts on “Flash Fiction #7

  1. I talked about this in one of my recent posts!
    I posed the challenge to create some flash-fiction a in a group, with less than ten words and some interesting results have arisen:
    “He did; she didn’t. He paid.”
    by JanCan Graphics
    “She weaves; he waits; it’s time.”
    by Niham Clune
    “Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Carver Military Academy, Good Shepherd Cemetery.”
    by me

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