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#MicroMondays – Edition 2

Hola!

Welcome to the 2nd edition of #MicroMondays. We had quite the blast with the first ever edition – with the prompt ‘I AM CURIOUS TOO‘ inspiring participants to write about cats and mice, tarrot card readers and people planning to dash headlong into caves and woods and marriages 😛

This week’s prompt has been taken from the 33rd page of PENANCE by Kanae Minato.

The word count for this week is the sum of today’s date (23+10) = 33

The prompt is.

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BUT THERE WAS A CRIMINAL

So, what are you waiting for? Get cracking on your 33-word (including the prompt) microfiction with the prompt used ‘Verbatim’.

Some Basic Rules:

  1. You know the ones about word count and prompt usage by now.
  2. Tag your post titles with #MicroMondays
  3. Tweet your posts linking with the hosts @VaradharajanR and @Namysaysso and the hashtag #MicroMondays.
  4. Linkup your posts with the inlinkzlink provided.
  5. The linkup will be open till midnight of the 26th. So, hurry up. 🙂
  6. Request your posts be below ‘R’ rating.
  7. Genre no bar. But just to spice up things, future challenges might come up with a genre requirement. 😉
  8. Mild profanity allowed
  9. Read, like, comment and promote your fellow writers’ posts. Sharing is caring.
  10. Grab the badge below and display it proudly in your post.
  11. Enjoy the crazy ride.

#MicroMondays

 My Entry: The Complete Picture

“Your infatuation blinds you from seeing the truth.”

Holmes ignored Watson’s remark.

“But there was a criminal.”

Watson never saw the complete picture.

Holmes sighed.  

Miss Adler fascinated him.

She held the key.

 

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34 thoughts on “#MicroMondays – Edition 2

    1. Thanks FP. These tiny microfiction challenges are the most difficult ones to write. You have absolutely no wiggle room. That’s the main reason behind #MicroMondays.

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  1. Sherlock Holmes…. my favourite since childhood! Me and my brother would spend many holidays as Mr Holmes and Dr Watson!
    Loved your take Varad.
    Thanks for the interesting prompt this time as well!

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    1. Absolutely no worries, Corina. I haven’t bothered much with the Benedict Cumberbatch series or the ones before it. I’m more of a book guy – It was The Hound of the Baskervilles that made me a Holmes fan nearly 25 years ago. Arthur Conan Doyle’s works are incredible, to say the least.

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