Whilst traveling, my wife and I ran into a friend who had this book:
It’s a fascinating (tiny) book of idea generators, saucy illustrations and super teeny-tiny stories. Coupled with this post of writing prompts I read yesterday, I thought I’d try my hand at a few tiny stories as well.
Please leave your own tiny story in the comments so we can all enjoy your creativity.
Tiny Story #1
She didn’t like it when Janice talked that way.
But then again, Janice didn’t like the way she listened either.
Tiny Story #2
When in doubt, stop doubting.
Tiny Story #3
He liked watching people draw, but his favorite was brush on canvas. That sent him reeling.
The sound of the bristles dabbing color onto the stretched cloth made him feel like he’d just drank one too many. And no hangover the next morning.
Tiny Story #4
“Whoever said ‘the best things in life aren’t things’ must’ve been a nudist,” Glen pondered aloud while doing his morning crossword puzzle.
“Why are you telling me this after 35 years of marriage Glen?”
Linda felt they may be moving to warmer climates soon.
Tiny Story #5
Clearly stacked against her, the evidence seemed insurmountable.
With no other way to prove her innocence, she took out a tape measure and allowed the baliff to measure her hips.