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Tag Archives: story starter challenge
Today’s sentence: “There’s a storm brewing.” That is particularly true today, and thus the title of my photos taken this morning from the Prom at 10.30. “There’s a storm brewing.”
Today’s sentence: “No, no that will not do.” “No, no that will not do. Do it again.’ Sonia went back to her desk clutching her homework in her nail bitten hand. Miss Ledder was a horrible teacher. She always made … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Why does this taste like mint?” Gran liked to have sets. She had sets of glasses, sets of plates, sets of bowls, saucepans and cutlery too. She said it was because she swore as a child never to … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “I have no idea how it got there.” So far, so good. Hopefully no-one would notice for a few days, and when they did, he could blatantly lie. As it turned out, nobody used the car for over … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Sitting on the front porch.” If anyone asked for someone in particular, the answer was nearly always that they were “Sitting on the front porch.” The porch in question made you privvy to the most glorious sunsets. After … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Where are you?” It was a typical Sunday afternoon. The soft gentle music had lulled him and the dog to sleep, whilst the mistress of the house was tapping away on her keyboard enjoying the music, a melodic … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Can I have a word with you?” She was tired and crotchety. Another weekend with the minimum of sleep, a pre-teenager that played up all the time and a partner forever down the pub. Money was tight and … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “What can I get you today?” The words were said in perfect innocence, but Jami fainted dead away to the floor. When she awoke, she was in an unfamiliar room with a cool flannel on her forehead and … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “It’s what!” She was exhausted, sweaty and had had a toilet accident in the process. ‘Congratulations Martha! You have a healthy little boy.’ ‘It’s what?’ ‘A boy. Seven pounds and half an ounce. It’s a good weight.’ ‘But … Continue reading