Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Special 100 word challenge...,

This week , Julia has set a challenge with a twist:

  • Write a 50 word piece on the theme (The Season)
  • Post it as usual on your blog & here at Julia’s Place
  • Wait until you have got fed up with all the festivities and there are a some entries and chose one
  • Write the next 50 words of the entry you have chosen as if you were continuing the story. It’s like the old party game of consequences when you wrote something on a piece of paper, folded it over and passed it on. This will give you the opportunity of writing in the genre chosen by someone else!
  • Link to the piece you are continuing. You should have lots of visitors over this time!

So, it is a bit like "consequences"

Here is my 50 word piece. It is going to be fun to read each others and see how they get finished off! 

The Season.

Driving home for Christmas ♫” played as Kyle flicked the cruise control. He patted his pocket for the umpteenth time...still there. He smiled to himself as he pictured the scene that was to come. He had everything in place: this Christmas would be like no other. 

That's it- 50 word max! Up to each other to finish them off next week. 
Can't wait :O)

I have done two this week- the other one is at http://mrshalford.blogspot.com/2011/12/season.html

 Check the others out at http://www.linkytools.com/wordpress_list.aspx?id=121648&type=basic


  1. I like this one. My mind is already conjuring up all sorts of possibilities to finish it.

  2. Thanks Sally-Jayne. Looking forward to adding some endings in due course...

  3. Rushing over to sally-Jayne (from whence I came) to read the ending.... :)

  4. Oh gosh! This could go in so many directions - ring, gun, mince pie!! Fabulous! Can't wait to read the part twos!

  5. Very clever Anna! What, oh what, has he got in his pocket?

  6. I'm sure I left a comment but the gremlins are following me ATM. I love the anticipation of what part two could be in this one! It could go anywhere and that is the skill of the part one writer in this sort of prompt! Brill!

  7. thanks for commenting. Love the way SJ finished it off. Going to check the others now and have a go myself ...