FRIDAY FICTIONEERS

“I coulda’ gotten out…if I wanted to. That rusted old wire and the broken-down-sorry-excuse for a fence surely wuddn’t enough to hold me inside. Thought about it a lot. Leaving, that is. Cops probably’d drag me right back. Besides, there wuddn’t be no betta’ place for-me after I done killed a man. Killed’em dead. Wuddn’t mind bringin’em back to life and killin’em again – fi’ had tha’ chance. Ole’ boy had it comin’. Law didn’t see it dat way though. But like I told’em, ‘You touch my daughter, you best hope tha’ devil gits you ‘fore I do.’”

WRITTEN BY STADLER STYLE. SPONSORED BY MADISON WOODS.

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28 thoughts on “FRIDAY FICTIONEERS

  1. EmmaMc

    ‘Killed’em dead. Wuddn’t mind bringin’em back to life and killin’em again – fi’ had tha’ chance’ Had such a vivid picture in my mind of this man. I wrote something similar a while back – over protective father over stepping the mark!

    http://freejournowriter.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/friday-fictioneers-flowers/

    And if you’re interested here’s the short I wrote ages ago along the same theme

    http://freejournowriter.wordpress.com/2012/02/08/the-pick-up/

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    1. William Stadler Post author

      Thanks, readinpleasure! I appreciate that! And yeah, he’s a love’em or hate’em kinda character.

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  2. Madison Woods

    Always love vigilante stories and I love the fact that he’d bring him back to life just to kill him again, LOL. Good one!

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    1. William Stadler Post author

      Thanks, Janet. I appreicate the feedback. Writing 100 words can be tough. Good practice though.

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  3. Fay Moore

    Sorry to bother you on this end of the weekend. I have a silly request. Please read today’s post on my blog about The Bradley Chronicles. I’d appreciate it if you could read it and then vote for my segment. You’ll see what I mean. Thanks in advance, Fay

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    1. William Stadler Post author

      Not a problem, Fay. I hope I wasn’t too late, but I just voted for you. Sorry I missed your message, but I typically don’t check my WP over the weekend.

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      1. Fay Moore

        Thanks so much. If you get a chance to read today’s post, you’ll see that, in my excitement, I misinterpreted the directions. JK Bradley was gracious and accepted part of the blame. Nevertheless, the positive response from folks likel you buoyed me up in my sea of shame. 🙂

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