To Chisel

Charli Mills shares the submissions to the Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction challenge this week… which was to showcase the word Chisel.. wonderful stories including from Annette Rochelle Aben, Molly Stevens, D.Avery, Anne Goodwin, Robbie Cheadle and Charli herself… over 50 short stories and poems, definitely worth a read.

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What does it mean to chisel? To begin with something raw and peel back layers until a shape emerges. What does it take for a sculptor to chisel marble, a woodworker to cave wood, a conman to chisel money from someone unsuspecting? So many questions for writers to explore with the unusual prompt.

Many felt stumped. Chisel? Others jumped in with characters who possessed chiseled cheeks and rippling bodies. All pushed through and came up with a fascinating look at humanity. Put a tool in an artist’s hands, and you’ll be surprised by the results.

The following is based on the March 14, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes a chisel.

PART I (10-minute read)

Red Carpetby The Dark Netizen

He put on his best smile, and began walking down the red carpet, flashing his perfect set of teeth to the…

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