Fiction Relay Part 3

Something completely different but I do like a challenge, So Delilah over at

Has started a Fiction Relay, Here you can find all the rules and here is the plot summery I am going to say I am so nervous, I am not sure if I am any good at fiction unless it involves a TimeLord but maybe I can add that in as it keeps going.

Right guess there is no way to stop this from happening. Here we go


As she walked, her mind kept wondering back to that man. In the five months she had lived in her apartment, no one had said anything about her music.

She bumped into someone

“Sorry” she muttered

As she continued think about the unshaven man, and he didn’t even know what she was playing, as she kept thinking she got angry, how very dare he

“sorry” as she bumped into someone else.

She checked her watch, she was going to be late, she only hoped she had enough time to stop by the bar before getting to her lecture.


She couldn’t understand why it was so busy today, the roaring of the traffic and the chattering of all the pedestrians seemed louder today.

Rosalie gave a sigh of relief she had arrived at The Green Mill, it wasn’t one of the best bars in town, but it was the one that let her play the piano as a side job. She walked in and saw Joey behind the bar as usual and gave a smile. She put her hand in her bag to find her phone

“shit, shit. Oh no, shit shit shit”

“Hey Rosalie you alright” called over Joey

Rosalie looked at him tears in her eyes “My bag, someone has stolen, my purse, my phone, everything. Shit”

Her mind wondered back to that unshaven guy and a she was hit with an overwhelming feeling of hate, if it wasn’t for him she would never have been so distracted.

And over to

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10 Responses to Fiction Relay Part 3

  1. Delilah says:

    How very interesting. In our last Relay, the main character lost her purse in the beginning of the story. I don’t know what you were so worried about. I think you did great. The only constructive critique I would have is minor. In my head, I imagined her moving into the apartment only about a month ago. The beauty of the relay is that these things are left up to the next relayer. I’m so glad you decided to join us on this adventure.

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    • Thank you so much for your feedback.

      Its weird you say that because I changed the amount of time she lived in her apartment a few times. It went from just having moved in to being their for two years.

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      • Delilah says:

        It’s all about people’s perspective. When I was writing, it felt like a short time. There really isn’t a right or wrong. We all just trudged through together last time. That’s why TRG came up with the summary too. It kept everyone on track without having to read the whole thing each time.

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  2. sylvialoves says:

    It works. I’m nervous. You guys write well. Great job crazy.

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  3. This is a good chapter, giving us a bit more of Rosalie’s life – working at the bar- as well as ,oving the plot along – her phone has gone missing. Has she lost it? Was it stolen? who if anyone will find it? Will she get it back? So many questions and possible new directions for future chapter.
    Good stuff, well done 🙂

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  4. JoanneBest says:

    My turn! Good job and never be worried, when I did my first relay I jumped in about 3/4 of the way thru and scared out of my wits…it turned out to be one of the best things in my life ever! Ha, easy to say, but now it’s my turn :O {rubs hands together with glee as thoughts fly furiously through my mind} This is gonna be so much fun! ❤

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