Sorry the weekly roundup is late this time, folks! I’m sure you all will forgive us when you take a look at the zingers we had lined up last week. Pretty spectacular!
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And now, last week’s participants:
Author: Jester Queen
Prompt: A character, taking shelter from a storm, has an unusual encounter.
Response: The Girl Under the Road
Author: Maya Bahl
Challenger: Jester Queen
Prompt: If I had any soul left, I’d have felt bad.
Response: Living As If We Died
Author: Tara Roberts
Challenger: Maya Bahl
Prompt: The world is your stage, and I am a duck
Response: Duck You
Author: Eric Storch
Challenger: Tara Roberts
Prompt: Oh, for heaven’s sake. You could win a gold medal for stupid.’
Response: A Gold Medal
Challenger: Eric Storch
Prompt: You have the opportunity to relive one day of your go. Which one and why?
Response: Woman Enough
Author: Eric Limer
Prompt: There were fifteen pictures left and spare flashbulbs in her pocket.
Challenger: Eric Limer
Prompt: That’s exactly what I’ve been trying to tell you.’ (No need to use that verbatim, in fact, please don’t.)
Prompt: I’m so glad to see that you thought of me.
Response: My Moon
Prompt: It’s all fun and games until someone realizes it’s not fun at all.
Response: Spin the Bottle
Author: Barb Black
Prompt: As I stood holding my hand over the bleeding wound, his heart beat kept steady. I did everything to avoid eye contact but I knew that he felt that I loved him dearly and I stopped pretending that I didn’t love him beyond words.
Response: The Marble Bridge
Challenger: Barb Black
Prompt: Write a piece based on your favorite nursery rhyme.
Response: So They Say