Ten Word Photo Prompt: Thief

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It’s ten word story time!! Using the photo above, write a ten word story. Exactly ten words!

Ready?

Here’s mine:

Dragon’s egg tucked tightly, Hyria pressed onward through the fog.

Ten Word Photo Prompt: Between

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It’s ten word story time! Using the photo above, write a ten word story.

Exactly ten words.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Surfing the line where Two Worlds met, he became Neutral.

Ten Word Photo Prompt: After

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It’s ten word story time! Using the photo above, write a ten word story!

Exactly ten words.

Ready? Here’s mine.

Paparazzi clamored outside. Blixen blabbed the coordinates.

Blixen gets bored.

Ten Word Photo Prompt: Choices

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It’s ten word story time! Using the photo above, write a ten word story. Exactly ten words.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Ahead: Three Kingdoms.

One door.

Behind: the hoof beats crescendoed.

Ten Word Photo Prompt: Chilly

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It’s ten word story time! Using the photo above as a prompt, write a ten word story.

Exactly ten words.

It’s that easy! Except it’s a challenge.

Ready? Here’s mine:

So the world began.

An ice world.

But a world.

Ten Word #PhotoPrompt: Thanksgiving

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It’s a holiday, at least here in the US, but why miss our ten word story prompt?

No reason, that’s why!

Using the photo above, write a ten word story. Exactly ten words. And even if it’s Thanksgiving, you can take it whatever direction you want, because sometimes you just want to write creepy. Or sci-fi. Or romance. Or fantasy. Or other genres. Ready?

Here’s mine:

“Dash of parsley.” said her grandmother, bossy even from beyond.

Ten Word Photo Prompt: Freedom

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Ten word photo story time! It must be Thursday.

Using the image above, write a ten word story. Exactly ten words.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Columns sprang from stone, creating, finally, the exit to now.