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WonHundred Word Wednesday: It started with a chance meeting on a film-set. June 3, 2015

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June 3 2015

 

Today’s 100 word flash fiction has a very shiny visual aid. I figured that looked more ‘Hollywood’. Right?  Hmmmm, maybe not. 

Despite the garishness of the glitter, we will move on. The prompt for this week is: It started with a chance meeting on a film-set. This is my take:

            It started with a chance meeting on a film-set. Jake tried, unsuccessfully, to ignore her for hours. But those eyes. And she was so sweet.

            So of course he had to take her home. Who abandons a tiny kitten like that anyway?

            Now grown up, Ginger was the queen of his castle. And she was a viciously good judge of character. Whenever Jake began dating someone, he always had to introduce them to his cat. She would let him know—in no uncertain terms—what kind of person the girl was.

            Kim was the first to pass the Ginger test.

Now you can see what the other authors did with that same prompt! Enjoy-

K.R. Wilburn  http://www.krwilburnbooks.com/blog

Miranda D. Nelson http://www.mirandadnelson.blogspot.com/

Jenna Eatough http://mistglenmoon.net/blog/

Kaye P. Clark: http://kayepclarkwriter.blogspot.com/

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2 Responses to “WonHundred Word Wednesday: It started with a chance meeting on a film-set.”

  1. Miranda D Nelson Says:

    Aww! I loved that! The twist of it being a cat made me laugh, and the end was sweet! Good work!

    Like

  2. Jenna Eatough Says:

    Cats are royalty and they know it. Fun take on the prompt.

    Like


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