A Secret Pays Dividends – Friday Fictioneers – 15 November

Welcome back to the addictive fun of Friday Fictioneers! You know the best fiction can be found right here. Led by  Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, we take the photo and weave our magic with prose and poetry to entertain you. All around the world writers eagerly await their weekly tonic. Kent Bonham is the source of the photo for inspiration this week.

copyright – Kent Bonhamn

(Genre:Fiction) (100 words)

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“Me back is much better now Doc!”

“I can see that, Dudley. What changed?”

“Ah, the King grew tired of me spillin’ the wine. The stone men added little ramps. Now when I tug me barrels up from the cellars they don’t spill!”

“The king must care for you very much!” the doctor declared.

“I know the king’s secret,” Dudley grinned.

“Secret?”

“I caught him with Queen Farrah!”

“The queen of Arcadia?”

“The same.”

“He’ll kill you!”

“Never!”

“Why not?”

“Growing up Queen Sarah was my friend. She holds the proof. If I die she will know what he did.”

 

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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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5 Responses to A Secret Pays Dividends – Friday Fictioneers – 15 November

  1. Dear Joe,

    Dirty little secrets can backfire, ya know. Nice one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  2. I wouldn’t trust him. Nope, not a two timing #%B like that King.

  3. The Queen of Arcadia, huh? I’ll have to tell Penelope, the Countess of Arcadia about this….

  4. Clever story, but I was slightly confused by the last para. Is there a comma missing?

  5. You’ve managed to get intrigue, adultery, a complex character, and a twisting plot all in 100 words. I’m impressed, Joe.

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