Thank you to everyone who showed me their limericks from yesterday’s ‘market of the week’. I really enjoyed them and wish you all good luck in the contest. If you’re not amongst the winners, try another one for them. After all, it’s free to enter so you have nothing to lose.
Anyway, onto this week’s challenge: 60-word stories please. I loved your 50-word stories from last week. Can you top it next week? Here are last week’s stories for you to enjoy:
Keith Channing is immersed in NaNoWriMo at the moment as his 50-word story featuring one of his main characters shows!:
Hannice didn’t know, when he inherited his father’s fortune, that he had a half-brother, the product of a liaison his father had enjoyed while at university.
Stephen had no legal grounds to contest the old man’s will, but Hannice gave him half a million anyway.
Good egg, that Hannice!
Lyn Bishop‘s character isn’t anywhere near as nice as Hannice!:
“It’s at times like this that sudden death is the only option,” she thought, “but not my own obviously.” She sighed, so much work to be done in such a short space of time, but plans needed to be made to bring Terence into line, and sooner rather than later.
Geoff Le Pard sent in a trio of animal delights: