With less interest than if he had offered her a free worm salad, the girl had turned on her heel and walked out of the photographer’s booth just as soon as she saw the camera pointed her way. Her blonde friend had wanted to stay and sit for the photo. What had she called after her? "Junie, wait for me!" So her name was Junie, but where had she disappeared to?
Charlie fished a dime out of his pocket and placed it on the table with a smile
"Well, I have an eye for detail and you’re wearing the same shoes you had on this morning. How about you let me buy you some dinner and you can tell my real fortune?" Charlie said, laughing.
Welcome Christopher! Thank you for participating in Flash Fiction Friday. This is an intriguing way to begin your novel. I like how Junie and the fortune teller are one person. I think she might become central to the story but then there is a lost love to consider. What is her role? Let us know once it is published and released!
Tell us three things about yourself Christopher.
- I write because I have a thousand stories inside me just bursting to get out.
- If I was a character in a book I would be the jocular best friend of the seedy, drunken detective.
- My super human power would be the ability to make up to 10 random things appear each day in my pocket, backpack, closet or garage.
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