Voyage Through The Maze

Kat at Like Mercury Colliding features “Twittering Tales”- photo prompts every Tuesday. The main attraction of the prompt is that you have to tell a tale in less than or equal to 280 characters.

This is today’s Twittering Tales #61.

This week…a twist. The photo below by MorningbirdPhoto at Pixabay.com features someone holding a stack of books. Now, you can write a tale about this book lover…or if you’re up for a challenge, pick one of the books and write your tale based on the title. And let’s take it up a notch if you’re really up for a challenge…choose several titles and incorporate them into your story! The possibilities are endless! I’ll see you at the roundup next week! 😊

 

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Photo by MorningbirdPhoto at Pixabay.com

I am doing this for the first time and here is my response to the prompt based on the above photo:

Princess Adelina and The Moffats with Holy Bible left For The TempleThe Monster in the Hollows, the mean guard of The Maze at the Far North awoke. It ate The Middle Moffat. Little Colonel’s Chum, the Doctor in Rags tricked it by giving A Heart Strangely Warmed. Voyage resumed.

(279 Characters)

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Kat Myrman says:

    Wow Anju! Welcome to Twittering Tales. You jumped in with both feet. I can’t believe how you were able to incorporate so many titles into your tale. And it was a very compelling story as well. I hope you will be back. See you at the Roundup. 🙂

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    1. Anju Raj says:

      Thank you so much for your feedback, Kat! It means a lot to me.. 🙂 Thoroughly enjoyed the prompt… 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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