365 Days of Writing – 72

Nick and Joe's 365 Days of Writing

72:

Setting: Magnet Factory
Character: Private Detective
Object: Love Note
Other:
He would never take his metallic binoculars to a magnet factory again, that much was sure. The private detective, trying to figure out the origin of his client’s love note, had followed his suspect here, to Academic Magnets. The second he walked into the building, he knew that it was a setup. Almost everything he had on him was magnetic— from his spy camera to his radio. Hell, even his shoes! But when he pulled out his binoculars and they went flying across the room, he knew the gig was up.

 

 

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365 Days of Writing – 71

Nick and Joe's 365 Days of Writing

71:

Setting: Submarine
Character: Book Publicist
Object: Roll of Toilet Paper
Other:

“Yes, I realize that your book is about time you spent on a submarine. But why is it necessary for me to ride in a submarine in order to properly publicize your book? I’ve guided hundreds of books to the bestseller list. I don’t need this hands-on experience!” I screamed, pleading for the hulking vessel to return to the surface. “Jesus Christ! Hand me the toilet paper! I’ve gotta go again!”

 

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365 Days of Writing – 70

Nick and Joe's 365 Days of Writing

70:

Setting: Pumpkin Patch
Character: Lead Singer of a Rock Band
Object: Stethoscope
Mood: Pleased
“Come on baby, carve my pumpkin…” she crooned.

Tiffany Dredge was a worn-up, dried-out, beat-down rock singer. But that didn’t stop her from making a few bucks performing with her band, The Carving Pumpkins, at pumpkin farms every fall. Today, she intended to introduce her new secret instrument, and she fully expected this to take her back to the top of the charts.

Holding the stethoscope to her trumpet, she blew the instrument and tapped the scope to the side at the same time. People all over the pumpkin patch stopped to stare. The magical noise was like nothing they’d ever heard before.

 

 

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