55 Word Fiction: Week 3
It’s that time for 55 Word Fiction! I hope you all are having as much fun as I am. For those of you not familiar with 55 Word Fiction, it is a story told in 55 words or less. It doesn’t have to be horror, though that is my favorite. However I am not the judge, last week’s winner is and whoever wins this week gets to judge next week. The winner will also win a cop of one of my e-shorts, either a pdf copy or I can give you a coupon from smashwords to download whatever version you prefer.
Below are a few examples of 55 Word Fiction
The Willow Tree
By Lisa McCourt Hollar
He felt the breeze blow through his hair and imagined her voice whispering in his ear. He sat under the willow tree, remembering the last time they had spoken.
“I saw you, don’t deny it! I’m telling everyone what you did!”
He chuckled. Hard to speak when you’re dead and buried beneath a willow tree.
Last week’s winner was Bumfuzzled with his 55 word story, Supper Time. He will be the judge this week.
Dinner came to those who waited patiently around the table. The apple in Dinner's mouth looked like a gag from some seedy BDSM shop in Lower Manhattan. Dinner's head--the only part left to move--swung. Dinner's fear-filled eyes took in their smiles, as they picked up knifes and forks.
A really close 2nd was Thomas Scopel with this story
By Thomas Scopel
My palm itched. I scratched deeply. Digging harder, surface blood flows, forcing flaky bits of red tainted flesh underneath my fingernails. They’re not long enough and the itch dives deeper, fades from my palm, into my wrist, and begins striking up my arm. My nails follow and I feel unclean. The worm is moving again…
Ok, so the only rule is to have fun and keep it at 55 words or under. Post in the comment section below. If for some reason you can not post it...sometimes blogger gets a bit wonky, then email me your submission at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post it for you. Now GO!