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Posted December 8, 2016 by

Create a 100-word micro story.
This is how it works: We give you the first fifteen words. You fill in the remaining eighty-five words to create a hundred-word micro story.
Rules:
1. You may not change the provided title, the first 15 words, or the punctuation. Your story must, semantically and grammatically match what is given.
2. You may not add more than 85 words. The entire story must be exactly 100 words.
3. It must be free of spelling and grammatical errors.
4. Content deemed offensive by the ReadLit Team will not be accepted.
5. Multiple submissions are welcome.

A Novel Warning

The first page contained a note of caution: The author was mad. She had killed…


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  1. kitchap writes:

    The first page contained a note of caution: The author was mad. She had killed Henry twice. Perhaps she hadn’t noticed, although Henry certainly had. I mean, to be run through with an assegai in the first paragraph and then drowned in a boiling cauldron of porridge sixteen lines later was more than the average lothario can take. Alright, an assegai impaling your vitals to a wooden door was perhaps intended to be a caution but to be heaved into a gigantic bowl of Scot’s porridge, even with salt added was carrying the realms of sagaciousness too far.

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