Sunday, 19 June 2011

Succinctly Yours Week 13

Grandma's Goulash at Succinctly Yours hosts this microfiction meme.

Each week she posts a photographic prompt for inspiration and the challenge is to write a story using no more than 140 characters or words. 

Below is this week's photo followed by my offering.

It was wrong to fabricate evidence but Sherlock’s reputation was at stake. No-one would know what he had done - he had the magnifying glass.

(140 characters)

18 comments:

  1. Oh yes, Janice, similar but with a different twist. Nicely done! (Isn't this fun? I'm hoping Dick will pop in from time to time with one of his bad puns, now that he's done it once. LOL)
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  2. Hi J.L. ~~ I don't think I would quarrel with Sherlock. Yours is the second I have read. I believe that a lot of us will have Holmes based µ-fiction stories today.
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  3. :o the great Sherlock faking evidence?!!!

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  4. LOL good old Sherlock keeping up his reputation! :D

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  5. Naughty Sherlock! Now we know how he REALLY solved all those mysteries. :)

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  6. Nice job! Of course he is clever enough to know how to control the evidence!

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  7. I just read "Scandal in Bohemia!"

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  8. Sherlock crooked? This one was different-LOL!

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  9. Sherlock is rather naughty! But quite clever to hang on to the magnifying glass. Fun mf.

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  10. Fits the image perfectly! :o)

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  11. How true is that scenario! Well done.

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  12. HA! This is a great one, Janice! I love your wit!

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  13. Oh dear, now even Sherlock's reputation is sullied. Are there any honorable heroes left?


    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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  14. Ooh, that must be Sherlock's doppleganger, his evil twin in another universe! Good one!

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  15. All that time I thought he was different ;-)

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  16. Nice twist to your Sherlock's spy game!

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