Posted: September 24, 2014 in Uncategorized
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FFF Prompt bottles-marie-gail-stratford

Thank you to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for all her work and organization. You can visit her site and read through the other Flash Fiction postings at:


For those who are new, Rochelle shares a photo prompt to which several #FridayFictioneers compose a 100-word flash of fiction. Come, let’s make you a star.

Here’s my contribution:

Digital Age

He’d met her at a tasting and they’d discussed Tuscan wine. When Brandon suggested they slip out unnoticed and head back to his place where he kept a wine-cellar she’d immediately gathered her coat.

Now in the cellar, Brandon swirled then tipped the glass pretending to admire the way the wine clung to the sides. He glanced at the concealed camera, the light was red. Cheryl sniffed hers then made some comment about flowers or some bullshit, he didn’t much care.

She tilted back and allowed the liquid to enter her mouth and Brandon knew it wouldn’t be much longer.


  1. Ah.. this sounds much more sinister than the simple lure of wine.. the camera is nice touch,

  2. Adam Ickes says:

    I’m left wondering if she’ll ever leave the wine cellar alive. Something tells me probably not.

  3. Although this was very scary I liked this story a lot. Perhaps because of it.

  4. What a creep and a scary one at that! I like the use of the camera light to convey his evil side.
    “Hers” doesn’t need an apostrophe, BTW.


  5. “Want to see my etchings?”

  6. Really creepy. And really well written. Loved it. Never ever go in a cellar with a man you’ve only just met.

  7. Dear JK,

    Brandon’s a sadistic bastard. Well done, sir.



  8. dmmacilroy says:

    Dear JK,

    Not a story I’d like to be an MC in. Very well done. You leave us hanging…as she soon will be. Masterful.



  9. Nice touch with the camera light, adds another layer of horror.

  10. One very nasty fellow. Great build up.

  11. Creepily layered, and I love the visual of the wine clinging to the sides of the glass.

  12. Bradley, I don’t think I want to know how this is going to end. Really creepy. O_o Well written. 🙂 —Susan

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