#MicroMondays – 10


Welcome to the 10th edition of #MicroMondays. I know that participation has been a bit dwindling, but as long as there is even one entry #MicroMondays will continue. I would also appreciate if you guys can suggest ways to get more people writing for #MicroMondays. The more, the merrier right?

That being said, the book in consideration for the 10th edition is John Le Carre’s Our Kind of Traitor. I was initially thinking of setting a 10 word challenge, but that would be just too easy, right? πŸ˜‰

The magic number for this week is 30. So, without further ado, here’s the prompt from the 30th page of Our Kind of Traitor.


Well, get cracking on your 30 word (including the prompt) story with the prompt used verbatim….. wait…wait…WAIT!!! That’s not it. This is the TENTH EDITION OF #MICROMONDAYS. Let’s spice it up.

Let’s introduce a new element into the picture. This week, you will be required to write a 30 Word HORROR story with the prompt used VERBATIM.

  1. Your 30 Word HORROR story must use the above prompt VERBATIM.
  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 inlinkz provided.
  5. The linkup will be open till midnight of the 21st. So, hurry up. πŸ™‚
  6. Request your posts be below β€˜R’ rating.
  7. Genre no bar. But just to spice up things, future challenges might come up with a genre requirement. πŸ˜‰ (HAHA! IT JUST DID HAPPEN) πŸ˜€
  8. Mild profanity allowed
  9. Read, like, comment and promote your fellow writers’ posts. Sharing is caring.

My Story: SCREAM

Genre: Horror

We camped in the jungle. She went to pick firewood and came back naked.

We were settling to a decent rhythm, and then I heard her scream in the distance.


  1. So it needs to be exactly 30 words? Or <=? And does it need to be on the blog? Or is it OK to be on the blog's FB page? This does sound interesting!


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