3 Line Tales – Murder Mystery

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Empty paper, an ink pen without its lid and burnt marks on the book!

The smart pianist was trying to give us a hint before he got murdered.

Oh My God! Look here. The words within the burn marks on the left side are “James Sullivan” and on the right side are “killed me” : “James Sullivan killed me!”

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales: Week Eleven’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you, Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

St Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt : Three Line Tales

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The last clue says “A harp struck inside an arrow” and here it is!

Are you kidding? Is this the treasure for this mind-boggling St. Patrick’s Day scavenger hunt?

A box of chocolates with a note saying “ You are my treasure at the end of the rainbow!!!”

 

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales: Week Seven’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you, Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

 

A tourist’s disappointment – Three Line Tales

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“Why are all these people chatting and not appreciating the magnificent structure in front of them?

May be they are all locals and have visited this place several times before!

“On this last evening of my London tour, I planned on relishing the beauty of St.Paul’s cathedral sitting here and sipping cold British Beer but all the chairs are taken and no one is planning to leave!”

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales:Week Six’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

 

 

A Bookworm versus a Shopaholic

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“Emma, Look at this amazing place.

I feel as if every book is telling me ‘Read me first.. Read me first’ .”

“Anna, That’s how I feel when I’m shopping; every dress tells me ‘Buy me first.. Buy me first’ .”

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales:Week Five’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

Three Line Tales: City Life

 

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photo by Alyssa Smith (click here for full res version)

“Wow! You are so lucky to have such a magnificent view of the city from your office.  Look at the Empire state building with the beautiful rainbow in the background.”

“Huh! Daily I’m so stressed out with my work here that I hardly have time to look outside!”

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales:Week Four’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

Three Line Tales: A writer’s story

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photo by moi – full res version on Unsplash

 

At the crack of the dawn, the entire world will come to know that her debut novel won the Booker prize.

A decade of her sleepless nights to perfect her writing skills will be finally paid off.

Yet, people will call it an ‘overnight success’!

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales:Week Three’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

Three Line Tales: Into the Wild

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Across the bridge lies her future; she resolved to never look back.

Never minding the naysayers and quitting a lucrative corporate job,

she is going into the wild to pursue her passion in Wild Life Photography.

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales’ event started by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.