The prompt word for the 33-word flash-fiction was “Bedpost” and the contributions for the gallery – beyond expectations 😀 What a blast!

Sit back and enjoy the tour – read stories told in 33 words or less – the writers will blow your mind with their talent 🙂

Susan blogging as A Woman’s view of hunting…with men – don’t ever enter her room without knocking.

Susan

Amanda Law blogging as 50 words a day and though new here, she came up with two contributions.

Amanda

and another from Amanda – with a fresh perspective.

Amanda_2

Many of you will remember Saymber blogging as Saymberblondi and she has this to say:

Saymber

Many of you might already know Soma blogging as SOMKRITYA and she is in character with her piece.

Soma

You would be equally familiar with Soumya blogging as SOUMYAV

Soumya

Auntyamo blogging as Just another Christian woman is new here. Please welcome her and her contribution.

Auntyamo

Carroll Boswell blogging as Caleb’s Eye is an old friend who has visited and commented since early 2012.

Carroll Boswell

40again blogging as 40again’s blog shared her take on bedpost.

40 Again

Many of you know Val Logar blogging as QBG Tilted Tiara and she comes with several thumps!

Val Logar

A man’s POV, overextended blogging as overextended shared his as follows:

Overextended

C.J. Black blogging as Chris Black has good taste – JD 🙂

CJ Black

Dominic R. Di Francesco blogging as Black and Write returns with another contribution:

Dominic

Most of you know nightlake blogging as call2read (my Blog Pick for March 2013) and she shared this:

Nightlake

Jane Stansfeld blogging as jstansfeld came up with two contributions.

Jane Stansfeld

See also yesterday’s post, Jane is my Blog Pick for April 2013.

Jane Stansfeld_2

Jasey, who does not blog but is ever so supportive. Her “cut” on bedpost:

Jasey Chua

You will recall Melissa Perera blogging as Travelbag writing lab. She joins us again with her contribution.

Melissa Perera

Here is Jessica blogging as Shadowed in Moonlight with her piece:

Jessica

If you would like to read my earlier three, click here > Flash Fiction: Bedpost  🙂

Anyway, as Jasey said, “That’s a wrap folks!”

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Thank you one and all for your contributions 😀 It is amazing to read the different takes on one word – Bedpost – and all in one place too! Well done and congratulation 😆

On Thursday 4 April, I’ll post another 33-word flash fiction with one PROMPT WORD. Hope you can all join in with your contributions.

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If you are new here, please go to > BLOG TIPS the raison d’etre of these “galleries”.

Do check out the Previous Galleries and relish the contributors’ talent:

Covert Affairs – 55 word Flash Fictions

Portrait – 33 word Flash Fictions

Coffee Cup – 55 word Flash Fictions

BedPost – 33 word Flash Fiction

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36 comments

      1. I’ve started the AtoZ Blogging Challenge so I’ll be up to my eyes with that for April. But will definitely be back
        Thanks again 🙂

  1. The contributions were over-whelming, so many variations. Simply enjoyable just to read all. Fantastic ideas borne out of an innocent object like a bedpost. This fiction gallery is a super idea, thank you. Especially for me who is a non-blogger, I’m so happy I get to “tompang” (ride on)…heh..heh..

    1. Hello Jasey,

      So, you are a “orang tompangan” – LOL, you are more than that and your contributions are great reads.

      Much luv and hugz coming your way,
      Eric

  2. 🙂 wonderful entries! All different and equally beautiful! Honored to be amongst the great ones! Thanks Eric! love your prompts and the equally enthusiastic result time! 🙂

    1. You are very welcome to join in somemore Soumya – look out for Thursday’s prompt.

      You are right, each contribution sang from a different POV – and what a choir 🙂

    1. Thank you Arjun – please join in. Don’t be anxious – there is a thin person in every fat body and a poet or novelist in every human body 🙂

      My readers are all so very kind and supportive – join in and look out for Thursday’s prompt.

      Peace and blessings,
      Eric

      1. Ha Ha!
        I sure will try Mr. Alagan. I just did right now. It comes when it has to but mostly low life rarely good enough for you to be impressed. Feel free to discard this one or in future. I’ll try my best as I said.

        The bedpost moans in vain
        After the master steps out for the day
        the cable guy walks in
        for another round of play
        the lady never lets them rest

        Arjun

      2. Good try Arjun and a little raunchy, I see 🙂

        Thank you and hope to receive more in time to join the next “Gallery”

        Cheers, Eric

  3. Amazing the talent spring in blogoshpere
    Goodreads are so inspiring 🙂
    Eric thank you so much for including my feeble attempt amongst the polished entries
    so looking forward to next challenge..
    Have a blessed day 🙂

    1. True, plenty of talent here.

      You’re always welcome to join in – bring some fun and irreverence 🙂 Look out for Thursday’s prompt Soma dear,

      Peace ane blessings,
      Eric

  4. I loved your 33 words Eric. That would have been me. lol.

    Here is what I came up with.

    Bedpost
    His walking out taking everything hurt. Thinking of his reaction when he saw it kept her smiling. Using the saw was actually fun and keeping one bedpost from his Antique bed, priceless.

    1. Hello Linda,

      Thank you for both your visit and compliments.

      Reading your bedpost, wished you had come in earlier. Great one. Hope you can write one based on Thursday’s prompt 🙂

      All good wishes, Eric

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