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Tag Archives: story starter
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
Today’s sentence: “I thought it was sugar.” This wasn’t the first time Sally had been caught, and she was finding it hard to believe how gullible, or stupid, she actually was. She had intended to ask the old cow at … Continue reading
Thanks go to Teresa at the Haunted Wordsmith for Today’s sentence: “What do you mean that’s not spelled correctly?” It was beautiful. The calligraphy was exquisite and the illustrations ornate and decorative. Each chapter of the tome depicted such wonderful … Continue reading
Today’s sentence for Teresa’s Story Starter is : “X marks the spot.” ‘You couldn’t find it if your life depended on it!’ she shrilled. Clive was tired of her rantings and put downs. ‘It would help if you were a … Continue reading
Teresa’s prompt for today is : “There is nothing under your bed.” She was a grown woman, but even now she insisted on having a box divan style bed on castors that was just an inch or so off the … Continue reading
Love these frog images. This week, our challenge is the word “Curiosity”. Kids are curious about differences between themselves and also themselves and adults. My take this week for Tale Weaver is short but true. Finding the Playboy and Mayfair … Continue reading