Tag Archives: First Line Friday

First Line Friday – February 16th, 2018

“I don’t care what you do with it, I just want it gone,” Alex said, pointing at the dollhouse. ‘But what will Heather say when she finds out?” pleaded Mary, his long-suffering wife. “Mary!” replied Alex, “Heather is thirty-five years … Continue reading

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First Line Friday – January 5th, 2018 – The Sigil

The sigil left in his place made no sense. Not until you went too close and felt its power. It wasn’t like a burning or anything but more like a wall of invisible force that kept you at bay. It … Continue reading

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First Line Friday -December 22nd, 2017

  Alexi watched the snowfall with narrowed eyes. There was still a way to go and in the back seat of the car his wife was laying in growing discomfort as the arrival of their first child came closer by … Continue reading

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First Line Friday -December 8th, 2017 – Death By Roses..

Death by roses, she thought, death by roses.  What way to go. Beaten to death by a black rose. It was true she realised, he’d been a thorn in her side all this time so she shouldn’t have been surprised … Continue reading

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First Line Friday -November 10th, 2017 – The Boy in the Closet

This week’s first line: “He’s terrified of small spaces, didn’t you know?”  It was obvious there was something wrong when they opened the door and saw him there, tears running down his cheek, huddled in the far corner of the … Continue reading

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First Line Friday -October 27th, 2017 – Firestorm

This week’s first line: In that moment, when flames licked the horizon and the sky burned with an orange glow, Taylor knew everything was going to be alright. Beside him Emily slipped her hand inside his, grateful they were still … Continue reading

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First Line Friday -October 13th, 2017 – Crapsville.

Your line for this week is: The autumn chill descended over the town and with it came rot and ruin.  It was a seasonal thing for the town of Crapsville. The locals came to accept their town was crap, and … Continue reading

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