“We’re here, live, at the public library, with an …interesting story. Here’s head librarian, Mrs. Scootz, to tell us more.”
“I am MS. SCHOTZ, and am the Media Specialist Director.”
“Sorry, I -”
“As to the ‘interesting’ story you reference, well! that is clearly all ‘story.'”
“I don’t see how -”
“Oh, I ken help ye, Cutie!”
“It’s Kat, on-site reporter for KNN News. And you are …?”
“Hank, but you ken call me Hunk!”
“Rrright. Um… Hunk, can you tell us about Rainbow the library cat?”
“Shore shootin’! Las’ time I saw ‘er, Rainbow was blastin’ into space wit’ m’dog, Sparkles!”
Reported, live, for Carrot Ranch’s prompt about Rainbow the library cat.
With snowcats and situations in mind, I thought it would be a fun and informative exercise to write 99-word stories based on a situation. You’ll start with the situation and add what next, what next, what next until you arrive at “until finally.” In 99 words, of course.
February 20, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a library cat named Rainbow who escapes. Use this situation to write what happens next. Where does this e=situation take place, and who else might be involved? Go where the prompt leads!
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