I like writing standalone 100 word stories, but every so often, I like to try something different. So here is a series. Still not sure how many episodes this will run to, but I’ll keep adding new
Jamie was excited. And so was I. Christmas was a week away. We picked him up from school on the last day of term. He was weighed down by carefully crafted Christmas decorations. Add to that a gym kit bag
As part of my 100 Word Story challenge, I sometimes like to mix it up and create recurring characters or a series of 100 word episodes. The first episode of the trilogy was always going to be a stand
“Listen to me. Don’t speak, not even once. Just listen.”
I looked at the screen. BLOCKED.
“If you want to see Mrs. Miggins again you’ll leave £5,000 in a Tesco carrier bag
It was worth £350. I got £100. I could haggle, I could beg – but the outcome would be the same. Bastards.
I leave with my dignity and 10 crisp £10 notes.
I add it to my £42.56. Not a lot to show