For this week’s challenge, you can either write a ten-word story using at least six words from the list given, or you can write a story/poem from the second list:
Option one: Choose at least six words from the following list and write a ten-word story:
Option two: Write a story/poem, centred around any of the following emotions :
Last week’s ten words were as follows:
I know a lot of you are immersed in NaNo so haven’t had time to work on anything else. Thank you to those who could spare a minute or two. Here are the amusing results:
Jocelyn Barker sent in two, both using a fabulous seven words:
Fireman’s whimsical doodle of hedgehog in Versace winklepickers caused uproar!
Whimsical doodles of gregarious hedgehogs in Versace winklepickers caused uproar!
Carol Campbell couldn’t resist the ten-word story:
In an uproar for whimsical Versaces. They are gregarious winklepickers.
Les Moriarty sent in two hilarious stories:
His Versace winklepickers caused uproar worn by the gregarious fireman.
A quire was needed for the fireman’s whimsical hedgehog doodle.
Option two was to write a story/poem, on any of the following dark themes:
Helen Gaen managed a flash fiction piece which used all three prompts. Well done, Helen!:
Marnie is hungry. There is no more food…Not unless she’s prepared to eat humans. Unthinkable thought! Ten days on, Marnie is very much weaker. Either she finds the mental strength to eat humans or accepts she’ll be the next lunch…Is Marnie human?