I can see you there: no need to look the other way, I know you’re mad but that’s no reason to stray into the – urrrgghhh – arms – of another. Think of all the good times we’ve had… What would I tell our friends?
I promise I won’t chew on you anymore…
The Bookshelf Gargoyle is curating a Fiction in 50 mini-narrative challenge – this month’s theme is Unconventional Relationships! We’ve all come across at least one of these so jot it down, send it in and go and have a gander at the other entries – GargoyleBruce also writes wonderful reviews on all sorts of kid lit (big and small) with a cheeky tone guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Wander through the stacks, you are sure to find something you’ll like.
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7 thoughts on “Fiction in 50: Unconventional Relationships”
Great entry! Now here’s the Sears “Squirrel” ad I found for you:
Unconventional is very subjective!
I can count on one hand how many objective relationships I’ve seen…
So can I !!!! (one finger? )
Ha! Classic, I love it! It reminds me of a picture book I recently read called “I Must Have Bobo” by Eileen Rosenthal. The hedgehog looks quite surprised to have been sprung :P
Caught in the act as it were! Thanks so much…