If I were a carnivore, I would say Janna’s stories are a meat eater’s delight, a steak, no a filet Mignon! There’s just so much to chew on and they melt like butter in your mouth. But please don’t let my stupid little description dissuade you from reading any of her stories. I am not a writer. Janna is!
The challenge: write a story inspired by the photo below, provided by Emilio Pasquale. If you didn’t read our first team-up, click here to read it! And, if you haven’t checked out his photography site yet, you really should 🙂
Marianne Sutter stoked the fire with a long broken branch she’d foraged in the woods surrounding camp. The logs, moistened by last night’s rain, had been slow to burn, but finally rewarded her with meager warmth stifled by billowing smoke. One of the few women in camp, she kept to herself.
“Well, well, Ms. Sutter. How ‘about you warm yerself by my fire?” The man gave an exaggerated wink.
“No thank you, Mr. Muehlling.” Her revulsion at his advances culminated in a deep shiver that she hoped had been concealed by her wool overcoat.
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