EDitorial ± 13-Mar-2016
130Story: Breakfast / Foot / Grain / Phantom / Pole
The rules of 130Story are simple: given a random seed word, write a story in 130 characters.
I need to fetch a sausage and egg McMuffin for our guest? Seriously? Sheesh. Has the lad not realised this is his final breakfast? @130story— Ed Broom (@edbroom) March 12, 2016
At the foot of the stairs stood a grinning boy holding a balloon and a knitting needle. I raced back to bed and awaited the bang. @130story— Ed Broom (@edbroom) March 11, 2016
$5, he says, and I write child's name on grain of rice. Great, I say. Who shall we do first? Cassandra, Persephone or Evangelina? @130story— Ed Broom (@edbroom) March 10, 2016
Those Yanks are long gone yet we heard it rip across the swimming pool sky, an invisible echo. An F-4, unmistakably. A Phantom. @130story— Ed Broom (@edbroom) March 9, 2016
"Standard mid-door letterbox. Straight hallway. No carpet." Only when I'd satisfied the seller would he post me my new barge pole. @130story— Ed Broom (@edbroom) March 8, 2016