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One-Liner Wednesday – We’re Wild Here


I may be reserved in my fiction writing, but here at home we use adjectives with wild abandon.

(The original message was “Dead Bee under counter no stinger,” spelled out after my son stepped on a bee in the kitchen in the middle of the night. Leave words on my fridge and they morph over time.)


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Author: Linda G. Hill

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

34 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – We’re Wild Here

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  3. Love the fridge “drama”! And uh-oh, I’m confused–I thought I just found the One-Liner prompt earlier on the Reader…maybe I’m behind…yet again? It was a review of your book–and I wanted to congratulate you, but comments are closed. So, CONGRATULATIONS!!!! 🙂

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  6. Was the bee dead before your son stepped on it, or as a consequence of being stepped on?


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  13. Those magnetic letters are more versatile than those boxes of magnetic words for morphing.


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  17. Literary genes exist alright 😀


  18. “Revisionist History !!!” – (just kidding) – I wonder how long it would take before this message wasn’t about a beet.


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  20. Wild adjectives are the best. I love it!

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  24. Reblogged this on The Militant Negro™.

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  26. Sounds like an early Bowie cut up lyric

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