235. The labyrinth

The labyrinth daily lured adventurers, warriors and princes from all over the Peloponnesus, intent on conquering the maze and thus collecting the handsome reward king Lysander had offered for the first man to reach its centre: the hand of his youngest –and most beautiful – daughter Ariadne.



Read the rest of the tale and 100 more stories in 300 words or less in YOU’RE GETTING SLEEPY, THE HYPNOTIST’S APPRENTICE YAWNED.

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14 thoughts on “235. The labyrinth

  1. Sachita N. says:

    Wow! Just wow….

  2. William says:

    And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you write fantasy.

  3. syl65 says:

    Grade A awesome! I could picture the king smirking and hear him thinking, “poor fools”.

  4. Karen says:

    Awesome! 🙂

  5. ckdubb says:

    This was an awesome read. Another trilogy, perhaps….?

  6. kellygrowscomics says:

    That would work really well!

  7. jane e says:

    You have a fascinating mind!

  8. micefaces says:

    Reblogged this on paperbackbone and commented:
    Check out this cool flash fiction blog! Dude is writing a 300 stories over one year. He’s on 235 right now.

  9. russtowne says:

    Just seeing that another of your stories has been posted brings a smile to my face. I’m rarely disappointed. I enjoyed this one too.

  10. JustDeb says:

    Have to follow you now. Another great one. I love how your mind works. Thanks for visiting and following.

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  12. Hawksword says:

    Oh! Nice!
    Those fools. And such cold hearts!

  13. jas55 says:

    Good imagination and yet another genre

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