Once a month, Adam serves up a tapas table of teeny-tiny-fiction prompts. The delights for June are:
Motor, Tree, Eggs, Water, Laughter, Yellow.
Different writers use the prompt words in different ways. Some create poems, some write 6 themed stories, others choose one prompt for multiple takes etc etc – but I prefer to write 6 seperate six-worders, one for each prompt. This month I’ve gone for stand alone stories:
Broken-down car needed petrol. Not diesel.
Family research uncovers a notorious ancestor.
“You binned the shells, right?”
Overboard into freezing seas. Feeling weak…
How she’s laughing – that spells trouble.
Vase of brilliant sunflowers. Vincent sketches.
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