Flashy Friday

So a quiet Friday of writing was interrupted by Writers and Artists Yearbook, with a flash competition on Twitter. The challenge: tweet a story including the word “mime”. My entry:

In a quiet town, a mime gave a mute invisible roses. At their wedding, they kissed to silent applause.

Just got the tweet through to say I won <doing a little dance around the room>. Go me!

(OK. Enough with the self-absorption.)

Suffice to say I’m very pleased and it sets me up well for a whole day with Writers & Artists type folk at their Getting Published Conference tomorrow. It was a late decision to go, but I’m looking forward to a day of agents, published and other writers, plus an excuse to hang around and be curious at the Wellcome Collection.

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