Seems apropos that week eight would be late, yes?
Well, here are the prompts!
|Cedar Sanderson||The headache bloomed like a nuclear cloud||nother Mike|
|Fiona Grey||It had been an unfortunate typo at the time, but ten years into it, [character] thought [his/her] life as a magic welder was far better than it would have been with the missing “i”.||Ray Krawczyk|
|Ray Krawczyk||Step inside. Walk this way.||Becky Jones|
|AC Young||The villagers of Great Oak awoke the morning after the storm to discover that the tree that gave their village its name had been blow over.||Cedar Sanderson|
|nother Mike||The skeleton in the bottom bunk smiled at him/her…||AC Young|
|Becky Jones||The vase on the mantel gave a slight quiver and the elf popped out.||Leigh Kimmel|
|Leigh Kimmel||Down the glide path to LAX it flew, bright, shining, and far beyond any human technology.||Fiona Grey|
And if you forgot, or you are just starting out to work on the prompts, or whatever the reason (perhaps you sent yours in late?) there are always spares to pick up. Heck, you could even stack prompts, a challenge and a spare, two spares…
|Spare||The octopus’ garden was a sight to behold.|
|Spare||Chocolate cake was the memory trigger.|
|Spare||The tree sneezed. Not someone in or near it. The tree. Sneezed.|
|Spare||“That? It’s a baseball hammer, of course.”|
|Spare||Rock around the crockpot tonight, with a mashed up melody…|
|Spare||Dragons weren’t the favourite patients at the mythical vets practice. They had a tendency to breathe fire when the pain levels rose suddenly…|
Don’t forget to come back and link your response in the comments. It’s always a fun way to go through the week watching them come in, until the final crescendo of procrastinators.