I didn’t win but was thrilled to learn that my friend Colleen Chesebro won first prize!
First Place: A Visit with Grammy, by Colleen Chesebro, who wins a cash prize of $25
Jess ran. She couldn’t miss this bus, or Grammy would worry at her late arrival.
She stumbled into the queue as a woman towing a wheeled suitcase pushed past her. Jess swerved to miss it, whacking the woman’s elbow with her own. She stepped out of the way and bumped into the man in front of her.
“Sorry,” Jess muttered.
“Ouch! Who’s there?” asked the woman.
“It wasn’t me,” said the man.
Then, Jess remembered. They couldn’t see or hear her, only feel her ghostly touch. She didn’t need to ride the bus to visit Grammy – she flew.
Wonderful news. You can read all the winning entries via this link:
The very silly entry below is mine! On re-reading this all I can think of is… Whatever was I thinking of… I liked the idea but it definitely needed a longer format such as a short story to pull it off… Lol. Hope it makes you laugh…
Michael opened the pill pack and saw a tiny warning – you may experience unknown side effects. He disregarded caution and swallowed. As he boarded the plane, he felt no flight anxiety, but a weird sensation lingered around his nipples. He took his seat and within seconds he fell asleep. Before he knew it, the plane landed and he made his way towards his lover. His body trembled with excitement. As he approached her, she looked past him. She wasn’t wearing her glasses, so he hugged her. She shrieked.
His huge breasts and an absence between his legs overwhelmed her.
Crazy! Oh my…
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I’m one of many International contributing authors in Ghostly Writes Anthology with my short story:
Ghostly Goodbye by M J Mallon
Ghostly Goodbye is a paranormal love story about a young woman called Iris who can’t get over her husband’s death. She is mourning him so much that she feels dead inside. Her husband Ed sends her a ghostly message from beyond the grave via an old forgotten garment in her wardrobe. She responds by dragging herself from her tomb-like bed and he draws back the curtain of death to visit her in a most unusual way.
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Both yours and Colleen’s both had fun twists. Have to pop to the ranch to check out the others.
Your story did make me smile, Marje 🙂
Glad you liked it Mary!
He he I enjoyed this short tale regarding the always look at the warnings on your pills. <3