It’s about being at your home, finding a cell phone in the cushions of your couch, not recognizing the phone and–guess what?–it rings.
I have finished a first draft of one version, but I’m not sure if I’ll submit that one. It’s somewhat interesting, but it doesn’t really grab me.
The biggest challenge, of course, is writing something compelling and wonderful and doing so in 750 word. This often requires a writer to part with great writing during the final editing phase.
This contest tends to perplex me at times. One month the assignment was about something tragic happening at a local water hole. The winning story seemed very flat. Maybe I’m just trying too hard.
Richard Zowie loves writing fiction and someday would love to do it full-time. Post comments here or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.