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Consequences

by on April 26, 2013

This story was written for Trifecta’s weekend prompt, in which we were supposed to use a compound modifier. It’s also a continuation of the Volcano Rain series. I think I had a cameo from Rain’s sister once, though I didn’t name her. Anyway, roll film!

“Please, I swear, I didn’t know!” April pleaded into her communicator.

“It doesn’t matter.”

Rain’s sister had just enough time to look out her window at the ever-present volcano before her house exploded.

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From → 1. Volcano Rain

21 Comments
  1. BOOM!
    BAM!
    that was awesome. That moment never seemed so long did it?

    Happy Weekend

  2. Good use of prompt.

  3. Lance permalink

    so much suspense. This was like a little movie. good job.

    • Thanks. Of course, if it were a real movie, there’d be a lot more dramatic music, and popcorn. 🙂

  4. Oh, poor April! But nice use of compound modifier! Love this series.

    • I think, all in all, April would prefer that I used a compound modifier badly and kept her alive….:P

  5. Poor April!Ah,life is like that-at times we have to pay for someone else’s deeds.It’s getting really interesting now-wonder what’s coming next?:-)

  6. Draug419 permalink

    Well that’ll add fuel to Rain’s revenge fire ;D

  7. “April” and “Rain” – that’s cute 🙂 The big question is – Is April as good at squirming out of impossible situations?

    • I was tempted to make their last name “Showers” but I think that would be a bit too much….lol.

  8. Action-packed! Great job! Thanks for linking up.

  9. Oooh! I love the action and the strong feelings in this piece. You packed a lot into these few words.

  10. Very cool. Abrupt and to the point!

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