Life in progress

I’m Being Followed


Do you ever wonder if you’re being followed? Or at the very least, feel like you’re being observed? I do.

It all started with the Daily Post last Thursday. The word of the day was “obvious.” I follow their prompts on my fiction blog, so that day I wrote a post entitled “Obvious.” Obviously. It’s a very short fiction piece about a car accident. You can find it here. The next day – Friday – the Daily Post prompt was “witness.” Hey, that’s handy, I thought. I’ll just write a part two for Thursday’s post. Here you have “Obvious, Part 2.”

When the prompt came up on Saturday, and the word of the day was “mistake,” I was tempted to keep going on my little car accident story, but I didn’t. Instead I wrote about a cheating husband. So what happened? Today’s one-word prompt on the Daily Post is “cheat.”

I wrote a story about paranoia.

We’ll see what tomorrow’s Daily Post prompt is.

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

20 thoughts on “I’m Being Followed

  1. Very mysterious ๐Ÿ˜‰


  2. Ah ha! A mystery.


  3. Now that is just weird and a little creepy in an awesome “I see dead bodies” sort of way:)


  4. I think you have found your new purpose in life: prophet of Daily Post prompts ๐Ÿ˜‰


  5. Sometimes it’s true! I’m a personal trainer at a gym. When I started working at this gym, the owner said to us, “Remember that at least one set of eyes is on you all the time.” Creepy.


  6. I would have kept going with it to see how far I could go. But that is an odd coincidence. Or is it?

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  7. HaHa! They could at least give you the credit for their prompt words!!! ๐Ÿ™‚


  8. What a great observation, lol!


  9. You should have carried on, that’s how I ended up writing The Wrong Stuff, hahaha.


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