If you accept the challenge, be sure to let me know in the comments with a link to your tale. A final note: if you need help tracking the number of characters in your story, there is a nifty online tool that will count for you at charactercountonline.com.
I will do a roundup each Tuesday, along with providing us a new prompt.
Here is the roundup based on last week’s photo:
Starting us off, a little romance and mystery from Michael at Morpethroad:
You sure this is the way?
Your hand feels cold.
Hold on I’ll warm you.
Glad I wore my boots.
I’m so tired.
I’ll carry you?
Next up, carrying on the romance theme is Joy from Poetry Joy
Union means more than mere
exchange of vows and rings
Now they’re coupled
together in every sense
Her heart and legs run
wild, melting for him
The Bag Lady tackled the resilience, hope and perhaps the naïveté of young love…
Only being married a week, this walk to the bay afforded some privacy. The farm was struggling, but they were going to make it work.
Kathryn from Another Foodie Blogger, romance took a turn toward drama and a broken heart!
“I can’t wait for you to see my surprise up ahead!”
John walked hesitantly beside her, knowing his ring would soon be going to his new love.
Sonali at Howling with the Wolf takes us down memory lane…
“Do you remember this field, love?”
Dropped the ring.
Then we had to search on our hands and knees for an hour!”
From Pat at Black Cat Alley a tale that is out of this world!
“You’ve been gone 3 days!” his voice accusatory.
Grabbing his hand, she pulled – “A crop circle – over there – I was abducted by aliens.”
From Willowdot21…a cautionary tale perhaps?
Life’s too short not to do
What you want once in a while
So let’s to ourselves be true
Look at this sunset I dare you not to smile
Lady Lee Manila took the alien theme to the next level!
Hurry up, we’re hitching a ride to the galaxy.
We could work as star-chasers.
As long as we make it, we’re up in the air.
Forget them all.
From Lorraine’s Frilly Freudian Slip a nod back to the good old days…
“Out of gas, she laughed, “that old trick.”
“Seriously,” he replied. “No joke.”
“Now, get your boots on. Gas station coupla miles back.”
Irena at Books and Hot Tea offered us a glimpse into young love…
Together they could run and run. Run like children. Run away, escape the past. Run towards the welcoming future.
And finally newcomer, Stacy, at Warning the Stars, plotted the ultimate revenge revenge in her tale…
“Where are we going,” he asked. as he readjusted the blindfold.
“We’re almost there,” she answered as she guided him toward the cliffs edge.
I kicked the round off with an urban legend…
“Come on Jon, hurry!” Sue took his hand.
There was a huge flattened area under a tree.
“I swear, I saw Bigfoot here!”
“Right…” Jon laughed.
What a great collection this week! If I missed anyone please let me know so I can include you in the list. This week’s prompt has several possibilities. I can’t wait to see what you come up with. Mine is below the prompt. Good luck and have fun!
Twittering Tales #12 – 10 January 2017
Agent Smith knew the Association would eventually find him.
“Go home to your families while you can,” he sighed, “nothing can save us now.”
kat – 10 January 2017