tweet sized story telling
you see a car park, I see post apocalyptic sci-fi
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It had taken years, but I was ready to go back. A watery shaft of sunlight brightened the sky. The clouds were clearing. Better days ahead. (139 characters) Written for Kat's weekly twittering tales challenge.
I woke alone, the needle scraping against the record centre. A hurried note on the bedside table: “I’ll call you.” But I knew he wouldn’t. (138 characters) Written for Kat's weekly Twittering Tales - the challenge is to write a story based on the picture in 140 characters or less. Not as easy as … Continue reading Twittering Tale #40: when the music’s over
Tweet sized storytelling
Harry was too old to run. He could only watch from the escalator. His voice shaking, he radioed for back-up. Dear God, let them hurry. (135 characters) Written for Kat's weekly Twittering Tales Challenge. Sorry this is a bit grim - my mind is full of the horrible events in the news around the … Continue reading Twittering Tales #31: Escalator Horror Story
His trembling hands clawed at clods of earth, burying guilt in a shallow grave. Overhead, the geese were watching, swooping, accusing. (134 characters) I missed last week so it's good to be back in the swing of one of my favourite weekly WordPress events, Kat's Twittering Tales challenge to write a story based … Continue reading Twittering Tales #28
By sunset I’d reached the border. The traffic thinned as the road climbed towards the mountains. On the other side, a new life was waiting. (139 characters) Written for Kat's Twittering Tales weekly challenge to come up with a tweet-sized story in response to the photo prompt.