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In December 2015, I started a free monthly competition challenging my blog visitors to provide me with prompts for me to choose my favourite and write their story in around 500 words. The three pieces published here are the winning prompts from the Dec 2015 / Jan 2016 competition, as well as those that came second and third. The prompts submitted can be found at the end of each story.
Awake one night is a man who temporarily can't sleep. And in the bed next to him a girl lies. And he listens to her soft breathing and he thinks he can hear her sigh... As the dawn not yet broken will come soon, he considers how he got to be lying in this bed with the girl... this girl he is with now, and what she has to tell him still...
Someone splits with his girlfriend and he gives some ex-girlfriends a call. And rings some female friends as well. One friend returns his call and says she can be at his in half an hour. She comes round and they soon have each other's clothes off. But is it all as it seems? And now his ex-girlfriend wants to get back with him. So he gives her a call
What do you see when you see yourself through a mirror? Do you see experiences? And if so what experiences would they be?
The story starts as a romance but becomes something darker. A man struggles to cope with his conscience and what might have been. Or never was...
A story of a romance, boy meets girl. The boy wants to be a writer. But will the girl beat him to it and finish her book first?
Is the boy going to be a serious writer nobody reads and the girl a rich successful one? Only the girl has the answer.
A boy meets girl tale of modern times.
They're friends in-between 30 and 45 years old, both never married. And they share the trials and tribulations of friendship. However, they are drawn into a boy-girl relationship. They lead lives of the gym and bars. But now he starts reading as well. Will this new relationship with his female friend last? And what became of their friendship?
A Tale of Romance is a traditional story of romance, yet a new take on the Troubadours.
Really, it is boy meets girl, but with one or two twists. A wonderful love story. And one that might have a happy ending. The reader will see if they do live happily ever after or they don’t. They might.