Friday Fictioneers for February 4th, 2022

The lovelies, Rochelle and Na’ama, teamed up to tempt my darker, speculative, micro-fiction side. It’s 100 words. Fewer is fine, but more is too many. My story follows Na’ama’s enticing photo. Click on it to bat fly over to Rochelle’s place for rest of the tantalizing story.

Click on the PHOTO PROMPT © Na’ama Yehuda to see what Rochelle is up to today.


Genre: Erotic Spec-Fic
Title: Leave the Light On
Word Count: 100


Drunk at midnight. The doorbell. Instant love.

She said, “I saw your light. Would you like to donate blood? Invite me in. Vodka Collins, please.”

“Yes. Come in. I’ll get your drink.”

Her phone. “Party at David’s. Sunrise. I’m getting bloody marys now. Maybe a sperm bank donation too. Cute guy, but older.”

I handed her the Collins. “I thought y’all bit us on the neck.”

“Too messy. We’re high tech now. Like Red Cross. Instant disease tests and all. Join our frequent donor, blood-bag club.”

“Really? No more biting?”

“Nope. But I give a hell of a hickey.”


Look both ways for erotic vampires.
Mind the gaps and floss daily.


Click on your “Interview With The Vampire” soul mate to sky on over to the squares and read more exciting stories. It’s fun. Trust me.

83 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers for February 4th, 2022

      1. Welll….
        I read six of the series. Delicious. She made vampires so damn sexy. I was so pissed when they chose Tom Cruise. He’s too short! Did you know that when she wrote them, Anne Rice pictured Rutger Hauer as her Lestat? He was a little long in the tooth by the time the movies came out but I was so in agreement with her 😉

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      2. That matters so much.
        The “Pillars of the Earth” miniseries was a major letdown after the book due to casting and many intentional changes to soften the book’s punch.
        Short actors are fine if they are not portraying tall characters in the book.

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      3. Mind you, I have to admit that Tom did an excellent job, considering. Brad Pitt is taller than him but they managed to not make it obvious.
        Much as I love Meryl Streep, she was NOT what I pictured for Bridges of Madison County. She blew me away. As did Clint. So what do I know?
        I hate when they “soften”. Why?
        This is why I watch the movies first and read second. I am never disappointed and enjoy them both for what they are.

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      4. Thursday’s Rune is ready to go. It is about fun. 🙂 And shit. I was rained on, but I got ‘er done. They have already closed schools for tomorrow. I hope we don’t loose power. I hate that. 🙂

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      5. I don’t mind. It’s fun. Teasing. Besides, a writer can not have enough grammar/spelling “helpers” in his or her life. Right.

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      6. Phew! And, it was obviously a typo. If it were a real grammar situation, I would send you a private note and not put it out there for all and sundry to read!

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  1. I like the premise of Transylvanian Tinder. lol Creative! I also like how they do it in True Blood, where they have created and mass-marketed a synthetic blood that they sell like beer, in bars.

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  2. Dear Bill,

    Love this on so many levels and that last line laid me out. I guess vampires can’t be too careful these days. 😉 Good job, sir.



    PS. I do floss daily. Tee hee.

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