Terror in Two Sentences (micro fiction)

Posted on Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 at 16:23

cjmoseley:

Here’s my attempt:
A slither and nothing more than that, broke the silence in the library, as though of leather gliding of its own volition slowly over wood. I didn’t wait, I couldn’t wait, my instincts and legs conspired against my sceptical mind and carried me towards the doors, but still it was already too late.

Originally posted on Sweat, Tears and Digital Ink:

Richard Wiseman blogs and writes mostly about scepticism – I reviewed his book Paramormality early last year. Today’s curious post from his blog had a short story from a Twitter account called @terrifyingposts. It’s just two sentences long. Click here for the original.

Ok, so here is my effort:

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