It’s been so long since I posted anything I fear that the blog powers that be are surely seriously contemplating stripping me of my blogger status and preparing to throw me out into the cold, wet and dark world of...eek…normal society.
Well I can’t have that.
So I’m back once again to try my hand at yet another of Jenny Matlock’s Saturday Centus challenges. You too are invited to give this a try if you haven’t already! It’s a lot more fun than a Sudoku puzzle and you don’t need a calculator! Just head on over to Jenny’s blog, off on my tangent, by clicking on this link or her button and let the literary fun begin!
This week marks Jenny’s 97th such exercise in short, short story writing. And speaking of short story writing, this week our challenge is to write a story using 5 sentences of only 5 words per sentence. So we have 25 words total to write about anything we want (just not the vulgar, disgusting stuff…save that for your journal) with no prompt to work from. Whoopee! This sounds so easy I might just write a couple of them!