Thursday, February 24, 2011

Story Time

I had this award up yesterday. The Words Crafter gave it to me without any rules. I liked it so much I thought I'd post it again for inspiration. Grab it if you want to.


It's Story Time:

My 2nd story time which is a round robin.

Story time will be live on my blog Thursday through Saturday. I'll set up the topic and you add to each comment to create a fun or scary or just interesting story. It's really selfish of me. I don't have time to do a lot of post because we are moving and I'm throwing lots of junk away. Plus I must start working on the sequel to, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.

Keep story time PG. Here goes:

He lifted the strawberry to his...

First commenter sets it up. What did he do with the strawberry?

20 comments:

Elaine AM Smith said...

He lifted the strawberry to his... lips and kissed it, so a trace of its promise sweetened there.

I'm happy to play and looking forward to seeing where it goes too ;)

Joanne said...

That promise, a new promise, was welcome after what had happened here. Grabbing his keys, he took a last look around and walked out the door.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

However, he failed to notice the stray cat on the doorstep...

L.A. Colvin said...

Jumping at the last second, his ankle gave out and the cobblestone walk came rushing up to greet him.

N. R. Williams said...

Ugh! His foot became lodged in...

Thank you, Elaine for starting the round robin, story time. And thank you, Joanne, L. Diane and L. A. for continuing it. I look forward to reading what the next person does.
NR

Dominic de Mattos said...

the ornate cast iron boot scraper next to the door. He put out his hands to save himself and his keys shot across the sidewalk into ...

*waves to Nancy* Hope all is well with you :)

:Dom

The Golden Eagle said...
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The Golden Eagle said...

(Typo.)

The street, where they were promptly run over by a passing truck and thrown into the air again. His keys flew up . . .

Jen Chandler said...

and were caught by a hawk that chose that moment to swoop out of no where on its way to...

N. R. Williams said...

the library. It was a rare hawk indeed and liked to study up on its prey before...

Thanks, Dom, Golden and Jen for adding to the story.

Next.
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gideon 86 said...

dining on his next delectable meal. Having all the social graces he would frequently ...

M Pax said...

bow before slurping down his meal. His gaze pierced into

N. R. Williams said...

Rosemary. She blinked and yelled, it's a...

Thanks Michael and M Pax for joining the fun.
Next.
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Holly Ruggiero said...

lady eating hawk. She knew her only chance for survival depended on...

Amie Kaufman said...

The hawk repellant spray she habitually carried upon her person. She reached into her pocket, then gasped. It was in her other pants! She would have to...

N. R. Williams said...

go home and change.

Thank you everyone for participating. I hope you're having as much fun as I am.
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L'Aussie said...

But will she make it before...

Hey hey Nancy, wasn't sure if you ended it or not. If we're still going, use above...

Denise:)

I do believe I signed up for something like this...

N. R. Williams said...

Hi Denise, glad to see you. Consider this the never ending story line.
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Melissa Bradley said...

her date arrives to whisk her off to...

Didn't know if I was too late and couldn't resist L'Aussie's line. :)

N. R. Williams said...

Hi Melissa, as all writers know, we are constantly in a state of revision. Glad you stopped and left a comment.
NR