Posers and Imaginations

*****Previous installment of Vivid Black – Deep Grief


It wasn’t the first time Henry  grabbed a difficult case. The media had spun this one out of control. Unfortunately the murders had happened on a“Zombie Gauntlet Challenge” route. There weren’t any zombies. Just posers and unleashed imaginations.


Linking up with trifecta and the 33 word weekend challenge.

This weekend’s prompt is a return to the 33-word formula. One of the earliest Trifextra challenges asked you to complete a story of which the opening five words had been given. And that’s exactly what we want you to do again this weekend.
Complete the following story in 33 words:
‘It wasn’t the first time.’ (The five words are not to be included in your 33 words)


8 comments on “Posers and Imaginations

  1. Weissdorn says:

    I like this because it was one of the few action-drama pieces amoungst the group, and it really grabbed my attention, like it came from the middle of a novel.


    • debseeman says:

      I noticed this when I started reading other posts. It just happened to work really well with the story line I’ve already been working on. Come back again!I’m continuing this story and you can find a page link at the top titled “Vivid Black” with the links to all of the posts in this story.


  2. Libby says:

    Cool! Now my imagination is going nuts! You should turn this into a longer story – seriously – it has potential…


    • debseeman says:

      Thanks! I’m glad I’ve gotten your attention 🙂 It does have several post leading up to this on and you can find a page link under the blog banner titled “Vivid Black” with the links to all of the posts in this story. I’ll be continuing this so keep coming back.


  3. I love the phrase, posers and unleashed imaginations. You have unleashed mine.
    Thanks for linking up. Please come back tomorrow for the new prompt.


    • debseeman says:

      Thanks 🙂 I’ll definitely be back for the new prompt. I need a few more words to work with so I can keep the story moving.


  4. Swirls says:

    i like this. A story in a story. Loved the last line about posers. One of my favorite words and so seldom heard anymore!


    • debseeman says:

      Poser is still such a good word and needs to be used when appropriate. It fit well here in a post with a limited number of words to get the point across.


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