Monday, April 30, 2012

Zipper - A to Z Blog Hop

{source - Dani Simmonds}

My theme is 10x10.
A maximum of ten sentences, a minimum of 100 words.

As she rummaged through her moms sewing box Elise paused, pulling out an old, beat up Boonie hat that was stuffed in the bottom. Brown, floppy with a droopy brim, this one had a pocket on top.

To read the full story, please check out the Amazon e-book
"A to Z in 10 x 10".
It's only .99!

 


Thank you to Lynne for her starter prompt. [prompt in italics]


13 comments:

  1. Be sure to stop by and read my guest post on "Zest"

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  2. Brings new meaning to "zip your lips", eh?

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  3. Hmmmm, perhaps she has stumbled on some "mad money," eh? :)

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  4. OOh what a fab one to end on. I love it. No recollection of sending you the prompt though! I love that I don't remember any of the prompts I sent through. It's like opening a pressy when I see my name and I never expect it to be my link!
    You've had such a great AtoZ Donna. Well done.

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  5. Wow, that one had a great twist! Now, are you going to expand on these? You've got some juicy potential stories going on here.

    Congrats on completing the challenge!

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  6. It's amazing how the starter prompts took me in directions I would never have considered. I really had fun writing these. Thanks for your prompts and thanks for being a new writing friend!

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  7. Thanks, Donna. I've got several that I think I could easily take into short stories, maybe a bit longer. First I need to get my romance WIP further along. LOL!

    Congrats to all of us for finishing! It's been a great experience, love all the new friends I've made.

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  8. Awesome! Congrats on making it through the challenge! :)

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  9. I figured I'd just comment here with the other Donnas! My question was the same as Donna's. Expanding on the starts to some of these would be wonderful - and I would read them!

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  10. And thanks for the info about Amazon and Smashwords. I'll check them out and then I may be emailing you!

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  11. I might not want to know about Dad's scandalous past but I'd be too busy dancing with joy over the found money to take much notice!

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  12. It's really easy for both, there are a ton of help pages available, too.

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  13. Hard to believe it's over...now I have some spare time (NOT). ;-)

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