falling. #fiction #lyricalfictionfriday

Hey look! It’s a Fiction Friday post. Well, sort of. 

divider dots.

(c)2018 what sandra thinks

divider dots.

For the record, formatting this as a fake ‘texting’ image was a pain in the ass. I don’t recommend it. I’m not super happy with it either… it’s just so… simple and cheesy. But I’ve decided to post it anyway… because, let’s face it, I haven’t been happy with much of anything I’ve written for months anyway… so what the hell…

This was inspired by Marquessa’s Lyrical Fiction Friday prompt. Well, this piece of it anyway: “I’m trying to erase you from my mind…” And I guess my story is sort of the opposite of that line… these two are definitely not trying to erase each other…


©2018 what sandra thinks


About what sandra thinks

Sandra is a writer, blogger, poet, artist, emotional disaster. She thinks far too much and sleeps far too little. Sandra lives in the Northeastern U.S. but dreams of an oceanfront home in Hawaii where she could learn to surf. She loves books, brutal honesty, coffee, and the color black. She hates insincerity, beer, whipped cream, and facebook. And she is uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person.
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26 Responses to falling. #fiction #lyricalfictionfriday

  1. The V Pub says:

    Well done! That appetite certainly does vanish when love is in the air.

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  2. Not cheesy! Simple, but good.

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  3. Obol says:

    This is lovely.

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  4. I get hungry when that feeling pervades, but not for food. 😃😃

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  5. Marquessa says:

    I loved this Sandra! Simply and poignant. I was going to ask how you formatted those text block but….I won’t bother if it was that much work!😆

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  6. It was cute! The story and the design booth. And you’re right, when I was in lust and newly married, I was my thinnest!

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  7. I love it. I think you did a great job!

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  8. Aww, this is so cute! I love it! But the thought of having to create that fake text exchange is giving me a headache lol Props to you for doing it!

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  9. Meg says:

    I love it! And I’m impressed with the graphics. I know how tricky that stuff is!

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  10. I like the way you’ve done this. I’ve never tried to format as a text message but you’ve done a great job with it. The style is very clear and it reads great.
    You should definitely keep playing with this concept. It’s a clever medium to tell stories

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    • I love dialogue. I think it’s my favorite part of fiction writing. I’ve done a few things like this that are dialogue-only but not with the text message graphics. It’s kind of fun… 🙂


      • It makes your writing even more visually interesting. It’s a clever way to tell inyeresting stories in a modern way.
        Dialogue is wonderful… im terrible at it but I love it. It’s probably why I don’t write as much fiction. It’s probably why I should so I can get better

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        • I also like writing dialogue with the speaker’s private inner thoughts dispersed in between. That may be my favorite of all. I find that I can inject some humor and bluntness that way… and readers seem to like it a lot.


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