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Once again Rachel Poli invites us to participate in her Time to Write Challenge https://rachelpoli.com/2018/07/06/time-to-write-sentence-starter-36-creative-writing-prompt/ ‘Who invited him?’ she hissed. ‘I have no idea. I don’t even recognise him. Do you?’ ‘No. I don’t.’ The party was in full swing … Continue reading
This week Rachel asks us to tell a story about rain. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/29801870/posts/1899369590 Mine’s not a story, but a passage from our life. We have been lucky in that no matter how heavy the rain, our home has not been flooded. … Continue reading
Thanks Rachel for our prompt this week: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/29801870/posts/1891560721 I used to read a lot. In fact, it really started when I was on honeymoon, 5 paperbacks in a week, all horror stories. How sad is that? No wonder the marriage … Continue reading
Over to Rachel for her Friday prompt: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/29801870/posts/1875167798 ‘Can you come here for a second?’ ‘Why? I’m busy.’ ‘I think you should see this.’ Annoyed at being disturbed, she walked into their kitchen. One sheepish looking puppy was looking adoringly … Continue reading
Thanks to Rachel for providing us with a picture prompt this week. He was tired and hungry. He’d put them somewhere, he just couldn’t remember where. Dammit, all grass looks the same. It was at times like this he wished … Continue reading
You can join in Rachel’s challenge here The maitre’d was agitated. The customer was adamant he’d booked a table for 8 but he couldn’t find the reservation and being Friday night, the restaurant was full. He apologised profusely, offering a … Continue reading
Nip over to Rachel’s site for details of this and other challenges. Our challenge today is to write a story using all of the above words. Detective Janus knew the victim, and could tell that her death was not a … Continue reading
Thanks Rachel. ‘I didn’t do it.’ No, that wouldn’t do. Too simple. ‘I didn’t do it!’ Better, but not perfect. ‘I didn’t do it!’ Yep. That’ll do. It’s not what she said, but the way she said it. All those … Continue reading
This is what Rachel has given us to work with this week: ‘We need to get out of here’. ‘Ssh. I’m trying to watch the big screen.’ ‘That’s just it.’ ‘What is?’ ‘That’s not a TV.’ ‘It’s not?’ ‘No.’ ‘Then … Continue reading
Thanks to Rachel for our word prompt today: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/29801870/posts/1832481461 The Dress had cost her parents an arm and a leg, but it would dazzle everyone when she made her entrance. She always had to have the best, be the best, … Continue reading