Horror Prompts’ Gillian Church has created 28 single-word prompts and challenged writers to write a horror drabble for each. A drabble is a story of exactly 100 words, no more, no less (not counting the title).
Can you do it?
I must’ve stood across the street from her house three, maybe four times a week. It was on my way home, and I always liked to stop by to see if I could catch a glimpse of her in her bedroom. Sometimes, she’d be drying her hair wearing only a towel, or lip synching to pop songs, or sitting on her bed and reading. She didn’t know I was there, of course; she never noticed me, even when I was right outside her house. Her name was Candy, and she definitely turned out to be as sweet as she looked.
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