Story Written For A Challenge

I found this to be vividly challenging. Scammers Scammed AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Summary: This story was written for challenge was to write a story in exactly 63 words using the word "thwart", or any form thereof. Sadie, aged 71, handed an envelope to a man in an alley after a disturbing phone conversation. (Excerpt) "Grandma? I'm … Continue reading Story Written For A Challenge

My Style: Vividly Red

I've read some articles and blog posts whose authors recommend giving one's personal clothing style a name. That suggestion appeals to me, and there are so many ways a style can be labeled. For instance, someone who always wears checks might name it "Check This Out!"Like to wear floral tops? How about "Flower Power?""As I … Continue reading My Style: Vividly Red

Commercial Reversal (Old Posts)

A few years  ago, I posted on one of my now-defunct blogs: Today’s daily prompt word gives me the perfect opportunity to say something I’ve been wanting to say for some time now. I am annoyed by commercials with the words “Real people. Not actors.” It’s just as vivid to say, “The people shown here are not actors,” and/or … Continue reading Commercial Reversal (Old Posts)

Different Reactions: A 20-Word Story (Revised) I get the utmost enjoyment out of writing these vividly short stories! Different Reactions AlwaysARose (ChelleBee) Rose reacted with serenity when some liars spread a scurrilous rumor that she wasn't lucid.Her grandchildren? That's another story! Series this work belongs to: ← Previous Work Part 5 of the 20 Word Stories series