She was settling to a decent rhythm on the swings when she heard the scream. There stood a man, hooded, bloody knife in hand. Then he turned and saw her. This is written for #MicroMondays 10. The challenge this week
My parents found the ‘boy’. I squeaked a desperate ‘yes’. All stayed well for less than twenty-four hours. You must have heard about the runaway bride. But, have you heard of the groom eloping after the wedding? My family and
It sounded simple in theory. Allow Elaine to poison herself. Make it look like suicide. Inherit all the money. Live happily with Alice. But, for Christ’s sake! I can’t remember in which tea bag I put the goddamn
Hey! We are back with the 7th edition of #MicroMondays! Cheers! So last week we had a teeny-tiny challenge of writing in just 21 words, and all you peeps stepped up to the task fabulously. Loved reading all your posts!
So, we are back to #MicroMondays with the tiniest of challenges. Yet! This week’s challenge is taken from 21st page of ‘The Great Swindle’ by Pierre Lemaitre. This week’s prompt is “because this is all so stupid” to be used verbatim