December Tales: Fingers at the ready?

Good morning, Flames and all other interested parties!
Today is the first day of December and the first day of a new series of prompts and writing challenges. Since this is a busy month for many we will offer stand-alone contests each week of December. Your response to this week’s prompt should be turned in on Sunday, December 6th by 11:45pm (EST).

In 300 words or less I challenge you to write a tale with the theme

“Move Heaven and Earth”

You may submit up to three entries for the contest as long as they are newly written and shaped for the prompt.



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