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Tag Archives: story starter
Fandango’s Story Starter rang a bell, so what follows is based on truth. This week’s Story Starter teaser is: It was in the spring of 2010 when I first realized that I could… It was in the spring of 2010 … Continue reading
Cold and wet, tired and exhausted, she pulled herself out of the river and flopped onto the bank. It felt so good to have something solid under her back and not have to fight to keep herself from sinking. She … Continue reading
Fandango is our host for the Tuesday Story Starter Challenge. This week’s Story Starter teaser is: Peeking through the window, her surprise turned to horror when… He’d said he wasn’t feeling well so she finished work early to look after … Continue reading
My hair stood on end, a shiver raced down my spine, and a lump came to my throat when I saw him. Actually, it didn’t have to be him, just the sight of his car would do it, or the … Continue reading
Every Tuesday, Fandango gives us a story starter with which to weave a tale. This week he’s given us He could feel the beads of perspiration forming on his forehead as he slowly… He looked through the curtains at the … Continue reading
Our story starter from Fandango this week is As soon as she stepped into the room she realized that… As soon as she stepped into the room she realized that she was wearing the wrong clothes. It was her husband’s … Continue reading
She was so damn argumentative! No matter which line he took, She would counter it, Twist it, Debate it, And leave him looking like a fool. Oh but how he loved her. Could he win one over her? Leave her … Continue reading
I haven’t done one of Teresa’s prompt challenges for a while, but the picture brought to mind a caption. Prompt A (setting challenge): A Museum Prompt B (Story Starter): “The lights dimmed slowly.” and Prompt C (photo) Jon was closing up the Galactic … Continue reading
Today’s sentence: “Watch the edge!” DIY-ers beware. When using a sink or existing worktop as a workbench for cutting something, WATCH THE EDGE! Nothing catastrophic this time, but there is a little nick in the worktop on the boat caused … Continue reading