I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed (if that’s the word) writing these stories. I have certainly enjoyed reading them immensely. Poor Lawrence. When you’ve finished this Herculean task you have set yourself (although you seem to be steaming through them like a knife through butter) you’re next challenge will be to write a short comedy hahahaha. Seriously though, fantastic efforts all the way through until now, I’m sure this will continue. Kate :0)
It’s the tenth day of this April’s Blogging Challenge and sees the final prompt from Kate’s dazzling sequence! Thanks for all your help, Kate, you’ve suggested some wonderful and often taxing prompts and through them I’ve written stories which I am quite pleased with!
Today’s word is “JACKASS”. Now, this one really gave me a hard time! I just couldn’t think of anything that I liked the sound of, or anything that didn’t sound obvious or cheesy. However, I’m not one to throw in the towel so I put several thinking caps on and came out with something I’ve deemed worthy of this Challenge. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks again, Kate, you rock!
By Adam Dixon
Lawrence sat in his cell, lost in his thoughts. Introspection was all he had to while away the long hours of his imprisonment, but thankfully he was an expert at it. He…
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