It’s All About Momentum – Friday Fictioneers – 3 January

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.Rochelle is the source of the photo for inspiration this week.

(Genre:Fiction) (100 words)


Pepe had a plan. As top dog of this yard he intended to be the star. Stars made the news and met people that he understood from watching the big rectangle with his owners.

“Why should cats get all the press?” he thought.

His first 200 attempts were futile. “How the hell do they always land on their feet?”

Attempt 243 taught him something very valuable. He had to go with the contour of the bark. Then it was just a matter of building momentum. He saw Gemma watching and hoped she wouldn’t try. After all he was a pro.



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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12 Responses to It’s All About Momentum – Friday Fictioneers – 3 January

  1. Adam Ickes says:

    After that many attempts he certainly must be a pro.

  2. Dear Joe,

    Two paws up. Good for Pepe for not giving up.



  3. The little dog that could!
    And did.

  4. Good for you, Pepe. Keep trying!


  5. Attention grabbing hound. Good story.

  6. Great little mutt with ambition.

  7. jwdwrites says:

    Great little story Joe, verry funny, but I couldn’t get the like button to work! 🙂

  8. Sandra says:

    Very enjoyable. You made him very likeable.

  9. Mike says:

    Just goes to show, you’ve got to persevere!
    I enjoyed your story Joe.

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