Copyright – Roger Bultot
‘Without the storm, you would not have known.’ … ’Without the storm the rest of your future would be different.’
Sandy tried to drill these positive mantras every morning, as he brushed his teeth and avoided looking at his jaded reflection in the mirror. He couldn’t stop the nagging thought. If it wasn’t for that storm, you would still have Lara.
Sandy found it almost impossible to recall any clues from before that night, he had no idea. No reason to suspect. There it was, the lover’s car, trapped in front of their house. Every branch telling its own story.
Last week Doug posted about how we respond to each other on the Friday Fictioneers, you can find the post here
– I suggested using an icon on our posts to clearly identify if we wanted an open crit or not.
This week Jen has added a scalpel to her blog (I was only joking about the knife ;)) with a post that explains the whole thing better than I can at 2a.m.
If you write flashes for ROCHELLE’S challenge and you are open to the opinion of others and feel you could benefit as a writer from advice given then I encourage you to COPY this image. (I have linked the image back to Jen’s blog and the post which explains what’s going on)
Add this image each week to your Friday Fictioneers post -it will become an internationally acknowledged symbol amongst us for… read and reply honestly without fear of a cyber back lash or loss of followers.
Copy yours – Jen assures us it is copyright free and sourced from Wikimedia commons*. Go ahead, spread the word. 🙂
* Here’s another great source for copyright images.