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Over to Dylan today for our Friday MLMM challenge Our line for this week is: “Well I think it’s funny!” and he was immediately hired. That night, the audience were asked to welcome a new face to the club circuit, … Continue reading
Dylan’s in the chair for First Line Friday this week. Your line for this week is: The borderlands grew wider and wilder every year. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2123704304 The borderlands grew wider and wilder every year. It was due to a lack of … Continue reading
Your line for this week is: The radio was playing the oddest song. Thanks Dylan, and a Merry Christmas to you and your family. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2109480639 The radio was playing the oddest song. It was a toe-tapping upbeat number, but nothing … Continue reading
Over to Dylan this week for our First Line Friday challenge. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2076818091 Your line for this week is: This was by far, the bleakest and blackest of Fridays. The Mall should have been full of excited shoppers looking for a … Continue reading
Dylan’s turn this week to set the MLMM challenge: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/2045120033 And our first line is: Cass was a nightmare in white silk and pearls. She hadn’t worn white since their wedding when she had been fifty pounds lighter and twenty … Continue reading
This week it’s Dylan’s fortnightly challenge: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/1979713060 Your line for this week is: Summer died that night. Summer died that night. This was the last picture she took. There was nothing to suggest it was anything but a perfect evening, … Continue reading
Over to Dylan for this week’s challenge: Your line for this week is: The crash of wave and snap of sail sung to her. It was beautiful, just as Papa had promised. She sat on the bank and looked at … Continue reading
Hello and welcome to Joy’s 166th FFfAW challenge of 100-150 words! This week’s photo prompt is provided by Enisa. ‘It must be broken,’ he complained. ‘Typical junk bought cheap.’ He threw it on the table and walked out. I was hurt. … Continue reading
Thanks to Rochelle for hosting another challenge this week. The PHOTO PROMPT is from Karen Rawson. This place died when she did. No more laughter from a babbling brook Or bird song that kept her company During those long final days. … Continue reading