Prompt–Monday, April 30
NPR has Three Minute Fiction, which you can check out here: http://www.npr.org/2012/04/29/151647902/three-minute-fiction-update-judges-favorites
What line would you be tired of after reading it 6,000 times? Write a sentence to begin a three-minute fiction, which is about 600 words. Then write the story.
Some sentences to get you started if you’re stuck.
The city is burning.
She knew it was the last time she would see his face when he closed the door.
Blue had never been Julie’s favorite color.
The window opened and the wind fluttered the curtains.
Running at 6:30 a.m. for the first time in three years wasn’t such a great idea after all.