Friday Night Drabble Party!
Time for some summer fun! While you read this, I’m roasting chestnuts on an open fire and hanging the stockings with care. …what? Oh, right…. wrong script. Gimme a sec.
*checks notes on seasons*
Okay, got it.
Watermelon! Swimming holes! Sunburns! Cornhole (It’s a game. Look it up.)! Hot dogs and hangin’ with friends! BEER!
Phew. I’m exhausted after all that summer fun listing.
How about I talk about cool stuff that dropped this week? OKAY!
There’s a new episode of Writing In Suburbia! I interviewed New York Times Bestselling author Beth Revis!
And, since we’re on the subject of writing advice, I now have a series of videos on YouTube! Check them out too!
Now, how about we get on with the drabble? Huzzah!
Edgar fidgeted, nearly dropping the snub nose .38 he held in his shaking, sweaty hands. The night was incredibly humid, even for the rainy season, and he was having a hard time keeping the car’s windows from steaming up so he could see the apartment building’s front door.
“This is for them,” he whispered in the dark car. “You do this for them.”
The apartment door opened, but Edgar couldn’t see who was coming out. He chanced it and slowly opened the car door. The person froze on the steps. Edgar jumped out, raised the revolver, and fired.
Disclaimer: Go get some advice!
Posted on June 8, 2018, in Friday Night Drabble Party and tagged drabble, fiction, flash fiction, Jake Bible, micro-fiction, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Friday Night Drabble Party!.