This week’s writing challenge has a summer theme to it. I’d like you to write a story or poem on one of the following themes:
You can choose to interpret the theme in any way you wish.
Last week my writing challenge was for a story in up to fifteen words. Your story had to contain words which started with the same letter. As you found, it wasn’t easy!
I simply love Keith Channing‘s excellent story:
Bloody big brown boxes blatantly began banging before breakfast, besmirching bombastic Betty Boothroyd’s biggest bra.
Geoff Le Pard wasn’t sure about his spelling, but as we’ll let him off as his story is so entertaining:
Khief Khef, Kristopher Kampbell kounted Kristine Kollins, Knatchbury’s knewest kouncil klerk’s knineteen krispy kremes karefully.
Sacha Black finishes the challenge on a high:
Alexandro always an aggressive athlete, accidentally attacked aunt Audrey’s acacia.