100WC – Week #32 – William C

While I was nervously looking out into the bare cabbage field, I could see a round grey face staring back at me. As I turned to run, I heard a loud bang behind me and then a sudden thump. Turning around again, the beast was gone, but now I could hear clicking sounds coming from all around me.

Sprinting back to the cabin, I slipped in and locked the door as tight as I could. I saw dad’s shotgun lying on the table, and hastily picked it up and loaded it to the teeth. Then the door slowly creeped open…

One thought on “100WC – Week #32 – William C”

  1. Hello William C.,
    Your story caught my attention from the first sentence as you set the scene for a thriller. Finishing with an ominous* incomplete sentence invites the imaginations of readers to wonder what comes next. Very well done.
    Thank you for using bold to highlight the prompt words.
    Ross Mannell (Team 100WC)
    Teacher (retired), N.S.W., Australia
    *ominous – giving the impression something bad is about to happen

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