Over at Carrot Ranch the September 23, 2021, prompt is to, in 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about an author’s chair. It can belong to any author. Where is it located and why? Does it have special meaning? Go where the prompt leads!
Respond by September 28, 2021. Use the comment section at Carrot Ranch to share, read, and be social. You may leave a link, pingback, or story in the comments. If you want to be published in the weekly collection, please use the form. Rules & Guidelines.
“My surprise is this secondhand chair?”
“Overused and underappreciated.”
“No, Dear, it’s a nice chair; used but—”
“I wasn’t talking about the chair.”
“What inspired you to get me this chair, of all things?”
“It’s an author’s chair.”
“So, it’s valuable?”
“Belonged to somebody famous, a well-known writer?”
“Not yet. But someday. Is it comfortable?”
“Very. A good fit. Tell me though, what makes this an author’s chair?”
“It’s time. I’ll fix up the boys’ old bedroom. Your new commute will be from the coffee pot to this chair.”
“To this author’s chair.”
I do hope you go to Carrot Ranch to read about a virtual Author’s Chair that will be a regular feature at the Saddle Up Saloon beginning in October. This is an opportunity for you!