Posts Tagged ‘Write On Edge’

Tete-`A-Tete

This challenge is from Write On Edge.                                                                       Instruction: For Friday I challenge you to write a conversation. But not just any conversation… Are you ready? The conversation should be between two people/characters. Using surroundings, body language, visual cues and blocking, in addition to the spoken words, show us who they are and what their…

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8.00 p.m. Tryst

This challenge is from Write On Edge.                                                             Instruction:  This week we asked you to give us 8:00 -AM or PM, fiction or creative non-fiction- but 8:00. In 200 words or less. We’ll go wherever you decided to lead us to and absolutely can’t wait to meet you there! So here is my fictional piece…

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Natural Athlete

                                                                                     I spot him out of the corner of my eye. He's dressed in faded shorts and threadbare cotton sweater, a faded version of red, which has probably seen the inside of a washing machine once too often. I observe from a distance, move closer as he engages in a sprint.   He is a…

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The Edge Of Fear…

                                                             This challenge is from Write On Edge. This week, we invited you to compose a text–160 characters–that would either elicit or express fear. I've chosen the concluding line taken from one of my flash fiction pieces. It weighs in at about 91 characters. Seems like he's lost it. The glinting object thrust before his eyes…

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Setting The Scene – Delight at Dawn

                                                                       This writing challenge is from Write On Edge . Instruction :This week we asked you to take us somewhere . Where was up to you – fiction or creative non-fiction – but we asked you to use your words to paint the setting as vividly as possible . In 200 words . Here is…

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