The greedy woman started to walk out of the store, and Dennis shouted, “WAIT!”
She turned, a look of disdain marring hard-worn features. Dennis sighed. “I’ll get more money.” He pulled out his debit card. “I’ll just buy something from Larry, and get some cash back.”
He hurried to grab something and knocked over a counter-display. “Dude!” Larry said.
He hated what he was about to do, but the weight of Helen’s insulin hung heavy in his pocket. When Larry bent over to clean up, Dennis leaned across the counter, reaching for the revolver he knew the owner kept there.
Chain Writing Game is back! Created by Kerrie Salsac at Writing For Life, a group of writers get together to create a story, 100 words at a time. You get three turns at story-telling, but must wait for three entries before you post again after the first. This week we’re going to 30 entries before Kerrie wraps the tale with nice tidy bow and we move on. Join in the fun! If you’re on Facebook, check out The Chain Writing Game page.
Hope you enjoy and can’t wait to see where we go!
Happy Reading and writing!