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Another invitation

A big THANK YOU to all who were able to contribute over the last two weeks or so an opening sentence for a story.

Yvonne of Hello World suggested it could be challenging to ask for suggestions for a story’s final sentence.

THANKS TO ALL WHO LEFT A CLOSING SENTENCE. THE SUGGESTION BOX IS CURRENTLY CLOSED! BUT I SHALL BE CALLING FOR FURTHER SUGGESTIONS IN MAYBE A COUPLE OF WEEKS ONCE THE BACKLOG IS CLEARED!

Feel free to make suggestions for a final sentence. Then I would put a link back to your blog (if you have one) when the story is posted. So please, if you wish, leave a final sentence in the comments below and I’ll try to write the story leading up to your final sentence. Don’t suggest a plot; just a final sentence.

Examples might be: As far as Miriam was concerned Anselm could suck eggs.
The fall of night meant nothing to Anita.
There was no way that Bertie could hide the hole in his trousers.

These stories, as you know, are short – so nothing will be saga-length. For starters, please make only one suggestion each!

Thanks
Bruce