Friday, 24 April 2015

Five Sentence Fiction - Changes

It’s time for five sentence fiction once again. Thanks to Lillie McFerrin . This week’s prompt is Changes:


The tide was out enough to give her a glimpse of the tangled seaweed beneath the crystal blue waters. The uneven ridges of the distant mountain range distracted her for a brief moment. She hesitated, hovering near the lapping waters, assessing how far in she’d have to go.

The moment had arrived and with no one around to stop her there’d be no changes to the plan. She was, at last, about to complete number three on her bucket list, a skinny dip in the Atlantic Ocean.


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  1. Great story and quite a different take than most! Not sure I've seen you on FSF before, so if not, welcome!

  2. Thanks for your welcome and for taking time to read and comment, K. R.

    It has been ages since I've been on FSF and I'm glad to be back. I get so much from it.

    One of the prompts, Purple, led me to a short story that was listed in a competition. I try to do a little more with what I write.

    I'm looking forward to getting back into it and reading some of the other contributors.

  3. Thanks, Roisin. Glad you enjoyed it.

    I wrote it while parked up looking out on Ventry Beach.

    Did you post one? Love reading your stuff.