Run With It: September 2013

This month’s Run With It prompts are:

She cracked open the sweet, slightly stale cookie and the fortune fluttered to the table: “Help! I’m trapped in a Chinese bakery!”

Local man dies in apartment fire; wife, 27 cats survive.

“Colors are a fast and fashionable crowd. A sentence skulks around in horn-rimmed glasses. Paragraphs hate parties. Pages are painfully shy.” -Peter Mandel, “Overcoming Cellphone Photo Mania” (source)

Use them as they are, or as inspirations for character or place; use them in the story, as epigraphs, as a starting point or a conclusion–just run with it!

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