Hi everyone, I really like reading and sharing fiction, so thought we could have a thread on that topic. Please post up your creative writings, perhaps expecting or hoping for some feedback from our awesome BB community.
Hi amberlite! Here is a snippet of something I wrote in 2014, I hope you are reminded of your sassy lady! Feel free to add anything you want - maybe describing Stephanie's district or Stephanie and sassygirl's meeting, or even an "old" memory sassygirl/She has about Stephanie. glhf.
She flicked the cigarette into the night, its arc lit up like tracer
fire but she didn't see, as she'd already turned her back and was
striding the other way.
Before the discarded cigarette had
touched the ground She knew her answer to Little Johnnie's "request"
would be no, and as the burning remains of tar sizzled in the shallow
pavement puddle She calculated the consequences of her decision.
It wouldn't be hard for Johnnie's
Crew to take her down at the usual meet place, just too many of them
and not enough exits, despite the publicity.
No, this would require a rethinking
of the relationship from the environment up. She'd been useful to
Little Johnnie for a long time, but now She had discovered a deeply
personal reason to turn him down, and worse a recently discovered
obligation that has a priority superior to everything else.
Circumstances, data, observations,
theories, plots, webs, truths and propaganda flew threw Her head as
the now firmly out cigarette was crushed and twisted to wedge into
the left shoe of Doby, a quieteye in Johnnie's Crew, tailing a little
too close, but still unnoticed due to Her distracted state. Doby
stopped and scrapped the cigarette off onto the gutter and hitched
his collar up higher against the light rain just now restarting.
Pacing firmly as was Her custom, She
was twenty two metres away from the discarded tobacco, when her query
to Steph was answered succintely "Yes." which meant that
She would walk another one hundred and forty metres to the subway
entrance and seek passage to Stephanie's district, literately