Nanthology – Forging Ahead

Geoff Le Pard is a great writer and blogger who has taken on the daunting task of writing a 1,600+ word short story every day for November Nanowrimo. He’s been inspired/encouraged by prompts from some of his blogging friends. I’m proud and honoured to be one of them. Here’s where my picture prompt took him. To a chilling, mysterious and suspenseful place. I wonder why….! Read this great story and check out all the others he’s written. You’ll love them.


Nanowrimo is a compelling challenge to write 50,000 words during November: that’s an average of 1667 words per day. My plan is to write a set of 30 short stories each 1667 words long instead.  Each story comes from a prompt, a lot from fellow bloggers.


Day Twenty-Seven

Information Desk

nanthology luccia prompt

Forging Ahead

This is a joint prompt. The two pictures are from, firstly, Lisa Reiter at Sharing the Story and, secondly, from Luccia Grey at Rereading Jane Eyre.


‘Fourth floor, Miss.’

‘Thank you. And it is Mr Jameson I’m seeing?’

‘Yes Miss.’

‘Head of Art Interpretation, Provenance and Authenticity?’

‘Have you not been told Miss?’

‘Yes, it’s…’

‘I suggest you ask him your questions, Miss.’

The man on reception was so nice. Like a grandfather figure, all smiley eyes. But I really didn’t understand what I was doing here. No, I did. Money. It was the rest I didn’t get.  In my fifteen…

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