So here we are at week 10, the series finale. It has been lovely having you along for the ride, and getting to know some of my readers in the comments section of posts which had been largely barren until we traversed the tumbleweed to rescue them from the cyber dust they’d been hidden under.
This week’s edition is a story which got a little traction in the comments when originally posted, with a few readers asking to read more. It never seemed the right time to explore the story further, and for a long time, I felt I’d exhausted all inspiration for the story line with the final punctuation mark. However, reading the funny and engaging Dalston Noir series on the blog Tomorrow, Definitely, I’ve been inspired to create a serial of sorts with this week’s travel through the tumbleweed post (thanks Dagmar!). There will be 5 to 10 installments coming up, of approximately 400 words each (theoretically, one a week*). Why 5 to 10? Well, aside from the next post I have lined up, I have no idea where the story will go, so who knows at what point:
- The story will come to a natural end; or
- I’ll get bored of it, in which case I wouldn’t want to bore you with it; and
- More than 10 is really pushing it (and my short attention sp..
Click on the image to take the final voyage through the tumbleweed. Mind the gap, and keep a look out for missing persons and objects you might stumble upon!
If you’d like to read other posts from this series, check out menu item ‘travel through the tumbleweed.’