Twittering Tale #50 – 19 September 2017

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About the challenge: Each Tuesday I will provide a photo prompt. Your mission, if you choose to accept the challenge, is to tell a story based on that prompt in 140 characters or less. 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 a new prompt. Have Fun!

Twittering Tale #49 – The Roundup

Wilmington DE © @timsavage

Photo by Tim Savage at Pexels.com

Starting us off my tweet last week…
The last few years had been hell. Before the end, he planned a trip for her; luxury hotel, spa appointments. The only thing missing was him.
(140 Characters)

From Reena at ReInventions:
“My dress was stolen yesterday. The culprit has put it back, but outside the wrong room.”
“We checked camera recordings. It’s your husband.”
(139 characters)

From Fandango at This, That, and the Other:
Got a great job as a winter caretaker at a grand hotel in the Rockies, but it may be haunted. I keep seeing two young girls in the halls.
(137 characters)

From Michael at Morpethroad:
Behind each door a separate story.
Fears, conciliation, celebration.
A boy cries in room 3
A girl laughs in room 5
A microcosm of our society.

From Lady Lee at Lady Lee Manila:
paradox
war or peace, night or day
a clandestine affair
furtive meeting of a secret club
untrustworthy deal that went wrong
a place to recuperate
(140 characters)

From Deepika at Deepika’s Ramblings:
“You have done a wonderful job with the interiors.”
The dark walnut wood paneling stands out giving a rich look under the golden lights.
135 characters

From Radhika at Radhika’s Reflections:
As I entered the corridor on the first day of my new job, a chill ran through my spine. I had foreseen a murder here, in my dream last night!
Letter count : 141

From Peter at Peter’s Ponderings:
The apartments at the top of the World Trade Centre really were the ultimate in luxury. He whispered in her ear “Will you be mine forever?”
(139 characters)
(From Peter: There were NO apartments in the WTC buildings destroyed on September 11 2001)

From Di at Pensitivity101:
Room 711 he’d said.
Alighting from the elevator, she faltered.
Twins on tricycles and the taunting ‘Here’s Johnny!’ swamped her head.
She ran.
139 characters

From Vivian at Smell the Coffee:
Me: I’ve been here for ages! What gives?
Him: What, nobody told you?
Me: WHAT?
Him: Here’s a clue; Room 1- Heaven, Room 2 -Hell, Room 3-Returns
THE END
140 characters

From Leena – Soul Connection at Through My Heart’s Web:
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Man Crsng Her Joks,Flckrng Lgt Gv Erie Flng
Smilng,She Passes Thru Clsd Door Of Sme Rm Whr She Had Ended Lyf
He Freeze.

From Willow at WillowDot21:
Bare feet pounding down the hallway  so many doors. Help someone help! Arriving at reception in her pyjamas. Help please I think he has gone.

From Janmalique at Strange Goings On in my Head:
The creatures was behind one of these doors, its voice was calling to him.
Soon the darkness would overwhelm him, then total annihilation.

From Lorraine at In 25 Words More or Less:
Hey, Jack.
Just checked into Room 237, Overlook Hotel.
Scenic vistas of the Rockies.
Weird.
Someone wrote REDRUM on my bathroom mirror. 
(136)

From Francine at Woman Walks Dog:
The Discreet Hotel
Room service for 703 Bubbly for two
Concierge says avoid 701 her ex is in there
angry knows she’s next door
I lied about my hotel experience
What if I make a mistake?

From Kirst at Kirst Writes:
It’s coming. Get back to your room before the lights go out. Don’t look back. That’s what it wants. Remember which one is your door? Run.
(137 characters)

So many scenarios happening behind the doors of this beautiful hotel. Terror, murder, aliens, monsters, love lost, betrayal, romance, philosophical reflections…and even interior decorating. Bravo everyone! Be sure to visit each other’s sites via the links provided. 😉

This week I found this nice photo of a crossroads in the woods by keywest3 at pixabay.com. Which way would you choose? Does it matter? Or do we make the best of what we find at the end of whichever choice we make. Sorry…I’m letting my random stream of consciousness spill out all over the challenge. I’m sure you will figure this photo out without my help. Remember 140 characters. You have a week. I’ll meet you back here next week at the Roundup. Ready, set…go!

Oh…Almost forgot! This Twittering Tale is NUMBER 5-0! I’m so happy that you’re still twittering here with me. Thank you for all the fabulous shorts and here’s to many more! 🙂

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keywest3 at Pixabay

Twittering Tale #50 – 19 September 2017

“We’ve been here before.”
“I can’t believe…which way did we go last time?”
“Right.”
“Left. We’ll go left.”

… …

“We’ve been here before…”

~kat
139 Characters


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