Mauritius

Since last week’s prompt was in a devastated part of West Virginia, we deserve a vacation. Today Pegman takes us the the lovely island of Mauritius, a gorgeous island in the Indian Ocean. As always, feel free to use the location to inspire you in any way you wish. You can use the street view or archival photography (or no photo at all).  We do ask you keep it to 150 words as a gesture of respect for your readers and the rules. It’s safe to say that every writer needs practice leaving things out anyway ;-).

Have fun and do your best.  If you have any suggestions for where to send Pegman next, feel free to drop us a line.

Link to this week’s stories here:

get the InLinkz code

NOTE: It’s come to our attention some visitors may have problems using the InLinkz code on this prompt. If you’re having a problem adding your link, can you let us know in the comments below? – karen

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About J Hardy Carroll

J Hardy Carroll is a novelist and comics artist currently residing in one of those soundalike states that starts and ends with a vowel .
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  4. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    I love this unusual writing prompt. The wonderfully talented Josh and Karen take it in turns to host and every week it inspires. Do pop along and have a go yourself and read the other tales too.

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