Tuesday, August 4, 2015


Hosted by Barbara W. Beacham.
Your challenge is to finish the story using 100-150 words, not including the sentence provided.
Don’t forget to use the opening sentence…
This challenge runs from Monday to Sunday!

Get creative and have fun finishing the story!


 “The team employed the use of Nightshade to get the information they wanted from their captive.”

"She guaranteed the truth serum would work."

"You're batshit crazy. I'm just glad he agreed to dinner and you didn't have to kidnap the man, but he's asleep. How the hell can you ask a sleeping man questions?"

"She warned me and told me what to do just in case." Claire took the bucket of ice holding the champagne bottle and threw it over the sleeping man.

He coughed himself awake. "What the f…? Claire? What the hell's going on?"

"You passed out, are you all right?"

"I'm fine. Were their ice cubes in that water?"

"Sorry, I just reacted," she nodded to her companion who left through the back door.

"Jerry, can I ask a question?"

"Sure, just throw me a towel."

Claire tossed the towel and asked her long awaited question.

"Jerry, as the top agent in New York, honestly, what did you really think of my book?"

150 words
Yolanda Renee © 2015




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  1. Yep, wanting feedback on your book excuses a few ice cubes. Priceless Yolanda! :-)

  2. Ha, ha, love it - great stuff.

  3. haha ice cubes to the head may threaten enough to get good feedback

  4. Funny! The lengths some writers will go to... :-)

  5. Great story Yolanda! All she wanted to know is what he thinks of her book. Cute!

  6. Sometimes a bucket of ice cubes will make a person wake up to answer that question! Well done Yolanda! Thanks for writing again for the Mondays Finish the Story challenge. Be well... ^..^

  7. I never did the ice bucket challenge, but...ow! And that ending...haha...I loved it! ;)

  8. I never did the ice bucket challenge, but...ow! And that ending...haha...I loved it! ;)

  9. If that worked, I'm sure someone would try it!

  10. LOL. Great twist at the end there! I too would do anything for truth like her :)


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