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Tale Weaver #145 – The Roadside Vendor – November 9th


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This week’s Tale Weaver is about you writing a tale involving a roadside vendor of some sort.

You see them in most places, people selling fruit and vegetables, they are often stopover spots to get drinks on a hot day and rest from your journey.

But what if they were more than that?

Innocence hiding something sinister?

Something sinister hiding the innocent?

A portal to another universe?

What if the products on sale were not as you expected?

In other words take us on a journey to excite and exhilarate us.

But above all have fun with the task. I look forward to reading your responses.

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12 comments on “Tale Weaver #145 – The Roadside Vendor – November 9th

  1. Henrietta Watson
    November 9, 2017

    Reblogged this on All About Writing and more.

    Liked by 1 person

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  3. pensitivity101
    November 9, 2017

    From cars to furniture, white goods to fruits, jams to cuddly toys, fresh veg to flowers or plants. In the country we’ve seen a lot.
    Hope you enjoy my effort Michael.


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  8. TM
    November 15, 2017

    A little late, but just wrote a piece to this prompt: https://undividedcanvas.wordpress.com/2017/11/15/tangled-locks-in-little-shops-prompt/


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