short story #3: Not a run-of-the-mill fairy tale!

Once upon a time, in a faraway land called Twistopia, there lived a young prince named Pleasant. He’d grown up into a decent, intelligent man. One fateful day, while Pleasant was roaming about, admiring the beauty of his kingdom he was kidnapped by Nagini – an evil dragon. Luckily for Pleasant, his cries for help were heard by Brave – a dame in shining armour who happened to pass by. A mighty battle soon ensued, during which Brave killed Nagini and freed Prince Pleasant. They became best friends and happily returned to the castle. They remained friends and lived happily ever after.

A 100-word story written in response to the Week 21 photo prompt for 100 Word Wednesday

I would like to express my huge thanks to Bikurgurl for the prompt and for hosting the 100 Word Wednesday Challenge. If you are interested in participating in this challenge,  click here to check out the guidelines for this challenge.

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92 thoughts on “short story #3: Not a run-of-the-mill fairy tale!

    1. That got sent before I was finished typing! Ee storyil they just remained friends but maybe I’ll write another story with that ending. Ithu angane thudangiyatha but word limit kaaranam njan plot maati. I’m planning on writing another story that’s a mashup of many fairy tales (with a twist in the plots, of course!) Procrastination kaaranam eppo complete aavum ennu no idea but complete aayal udane publish cheyyum. 😁😁😁

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      1. Haha… well just to help you wth ideas … check looneyvish… she is a teen ( I think) but her work is anything but teen-ish. She has written a beautiful mashup of fairy tales with humor and all. Link… kittiillengil tell me… njan link ayakyam

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