The Trinity

Every author needs a favorite chair! Charli Mills prompted us to write about an author’s chair this week for the 99-word flash fiction challenge at the Carrot Ranch  Make sure you FOLLOW Charli to the ranch for these weekly writing opportunities and SO MUCH MORE!

Wandering through an estate sale, Michelle hoped they had an old wooden roll-top desk. If it had a matching chair, all the better.

Dan was constantly rearranging items as other items sold. It was his goal to see that everything would catch the eye of the right person.

He had barely moved the Remington typewriter to a more prominent place when he heard a gasp. Michelle couldn’t believe her eyes. There was her roll-top desk with a matching chair!

She handed him a check for all three. After all, a writer needed a desk, a chair, and a typewriter.

©2021 Annette Rochelle Aben

 

12 responses to “The Trinity

  1. I love the setup here! An estate sale is the perfect context for a story about a chair!

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  2. An impressive answer to the challenge, Annette! With a happy ending its always the best. 😉 Thanks for sharing. xx Michael

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  3. I don’t always take the time to read these, but now that I “get” the concept, I’ll make the time to read them, dear.

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  4. That would be the holy trinity of discoveries!

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