Another Monday, another microfiction prompt from Stony River. Tell a story in 140 characters.
Here is mine.
After she kissed the frog, she realised her fairy godmother had mixed up the spells. The ugly monster was so pleased, she couldn’t tell him.
Here is this Monday’s Microfiction challenge from Stoney River, where a picture paints a story with 140 characters, or even fewer.
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Another Microfiction Monday at Stony River and another visual prompt for a new story of 140 characters.
I struggled with keeping to the 140 characters, including spaces and punctuation. Finally, I got it down to the required length. Here is mine:
The children chose Christmas gifts for grandma. Emily bought chocolates and cake. Not to be outdone, Charlie remembers grandpa likes bacon.
My writing challenge today comes from Microfiction Monday
Here am I, a painted doll. Housework and looking pretty is important, you say. So here am I, doing your dirty laundry and plotting revenge.