The crew of the Angel Fire received orders to head out.
A mile out, submerged, a big slurpy thump like smacking jelly had everyone on board reeling.
“What was that?” demanded Captain Smith.
“We hit something.” Anderson’s ability to state the obvious hadn’t deserted him…
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To MFTS folks
Just wanted to say goodbye properly. This is likely my last MFTS for this year. Regulars would have noticed I’ve not been around much recently.
My thanks to Leenna and Anush for standing in for me earlier this month.
Like so many others, this year’s getting even more crazy hectic for me, and keeping up weekly posts is not quite working out. So, I’ve decided to bow out for now.
Thank you for all the great comments and (more so) all the wonderful, unique, fun and emotional flash-fic you’ve shared. I’ve learned so much from being a part of MFTS. My writing’s improved dramatically. Hey, I even feel ready to tackle the world of longer stories with the skills I’ve polished here.
So thank you. Your presence was, and is still, truly appreciated.
Before you go, I’d love to know which of my stories here was your favorite. Thanks 😀
See you around the Reader, and maybe back here occasionally 😀