Top Three Stories – April 2016

Well, in between NaPoWriMo and CampNaNo, I only wrote three 100-word stories in April. Here they are, in order of popularity:

  1. Tangent
  2. In Lieu of a Punching Bag
  3. Camp NaNo excerpt (1)

Cloud Confusion

100 words about mystery photos
photo by André Spieker 

‘Look at my camera roll.’

Terry keeps going on about her photos and I don’t have the heart to tell her I don’t care about her dog. I’m a cat person. So I pretend, again, that I’m interested.

‘What do you think?’

‘They’re not puppy pics,’ I reply. ‘Who are these people?’

‘No idea. I don’t know how they get on my phone, either.’

‘Weird. Maybe the cloud got confused and now your phone is syncing with somebody else’s?’

‘That would be an explanation, wouldn’t it? I like to think my phone lives a secret party life at night, though.’


(Story 1 of 31 for Story A Day.)

Three Line Tales, Week Thirteen: Round-Up

Here are the Week Thirteen tales (as usual, if I forgot to include yours, let me know):

photo by Dayne Topkin

Good job, everyone – let’s do it all again next week!