‘Fiction In A Flash Challenge’ Week #19 Entry Part 3) by Gwen Plano @gmplano #IARTG #WritingCommunity #WritingPrompts

Hello everyone and a warm welcome to PART 3)  of the entries for my weekly: “Fiction in A Flash Challenge” Week #19.

Today I’m featuring a contribution by  Gwen Plano.

Last week I set the following Challenge:

Hello everyone and welcome to my new “Fiction in A Flash Challenge!” Each week I’ll be featuring an image and inviting you to write a Flash Fiction or Non-Fiction piece inspired by that image in any format and genre of your choosing.  Maximum word count: 750 words.

Here’s the image prompt and the contribution by Gwen Plano.

As I studied this image, I had so many ideas racing through my mind that I didn’t know which one to pursue. Finally, I chose the simple one below and situated Burke’s image within a starry night.

“This is breathtaking, George. I’m so glad you brought me up here.”

“Yeah, Hollywood at night is pretty impressive.”

Sandy stretched out her hand to his. “The street lights remind me of Christmas.”

“Hmm, those red ones? They’re police cars.”

“I know but sitting here, behind the iconic Hollywood sign, police car or not, it’s magical.”

George turns towards Sandy. “You know we’re not alone, right?”

“Sure! I can see the cars on either side of us.”

“It’s a favorite spot for lovers—above the City, starry night…”

Sandy nods. “I keep thinking about the back seat.”

“Really? You’d like to go to the back seat? Kisses would be easier for sure.”

“And maybe other things easier too. But…”

“But what? Sandy?”

“I dunno know. I just have this odd feeling that someone’s watching us.”

“I think you worry too much. C’mon, let’s get in the back.”

“G e o r g e! What’s that??”

“What the… ! Quick, let’s get out of here.” 

And that’s a cut. We’ll move to scene 33 in fifteen. Good job, team.


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