Welcome to Mondays Finish the Story!
This is a unique flash fiction challenge where we provide you with a new photo each week, and the first sentence of a story. Your challenge is to finish the story using 100-150 words, not including the sentence provided. Don’t forget to use the opening sentence… This challenge runs from Monday to Sunday! Get creative and have fun finishing the story!
Please include the photo with your bit of flash and a link back to this post. Do not forget to click on the blue frog and add your link so that others can enjoy your story too! Now let’s have some fun!
Finish the story begins with: “The A&B Building was made entirely from driftwood.”
Please feel free to upload your story by clicking on the little blue frog below to add your story to the list!
Thank you for participating! I am looking forward to reading your stories and sharing them with others! Be well and stay tuned for next week’s challenge!
“The A&B Building was made entirely from driftwood.” I would be extremely worried about the stability of this building. Driftwood is a very soft wood and I don’t think would stand up to wind and rain or even having the weight of a roof. I also don’t think it is very attractive or well made. I wonder how warm it would be inside. I would not like to be around in the first thunderstorm!
Thank you Anna for writing here in the comment section of the MFtS blog. I hope that there is more to your story and that you add it to the line up which is forming when you click on the blue frog. Again, thank you and be well… ^..^
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I love this picture and here is a link to my post
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An interesting building.
Where did you see it?
Skagway AK. 🙂 Cute town.
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Hi Barbara, Can you please clarify the rules of the challenge? You commented on my post that I broke the rules with my story, but didn’t say which one(s). I honestly thought I’d caught and followed all of them, so please let me know what I need to do in the future not to be “off track”. Thanks! Joy
The idea is that you feature the photo from the blog post followed by your story. For some reason, pardon the chemo brain, I thought you had previously written for the challenge using another photo at the beginning as was done on the one this week. I could not find it. 😐 Am I really that goofy? Sorry for any mix-up Joy!
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Here is mine, I hope you like it 🙂 And I hope you don’t mind a went a few words over 150 oops, ehe.)
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