A Day at the Seaside

This weekend’s Trifecta Challenge was to use page 33 of a given book (Elizabeth Strout’s Olive Kitteridge), and take 33 words from the page, making them into your own piece of writing. Here’s my attempt, check out other people’s at http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com

Wild violets. Seagulls flapping. A sailboat. Low tide. Kevin parked near the marina. The island had a comforting quiescence. He still had the rifle. And the bones of the woman in his car.


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