BEDIO: Single Sentence Spooky Short Storylines

Hey everyone and happy Thursday!

I’ve been on a creative kick recently, and wanted to find different ways to express it, so I’m going to do some single sentence short stories (which will be spooky, in honor of October 🎃).

These were popular prompts I liked playing around with when I still posted on Prose, and it helped me with being concise, while also portraying an intriguing story line. It’s also a great way to get story inspiration, so if you need a little bit of that, I recommend trying out this exercise (or even if you just want to do it for fun!).

Alright, now let’s get into it 📜


Frankie just wanted a friend to lean on after losing his beloved grandparents in a tragic accident, and although he thought he found that in his imaginary friend Ronald, it turns out that not everything was what it appeared to be.

Kaylee and Jamie are best friends who love Halloween, but after a spooky prank goes wrong, they are forced to bear the secrets and face the consequences of their actions.

No one ever got close enough to Kyle to know what he truly thought about the small town he grew up in, yet they may find out how he really feels one terrifying October night.

This fateful Halloween night was punctuated with a bitter chill in the air, the perfect setting for Ally to perform her most ambitious spell yet.

Blake was simply enjoying his day at the pumpkin patch with his parents, until he ran into someone who he thought had left him behind forever.


And that’s all I have for today!

As always, if you want to join in on the fun, feel free to leave your single sentence spooky stories in the comments below!

On that note, I will see you all with a new post tomorrow 👻

-Erin 🎃

Published by enordhof

Hello! I love writing about a variety of topics, such as books and music, and have my own blog, https://readingandwritingthroughlife.com/. I also do freelance work, which you can see more of on my portfolio website, https://erinfreelancewriting.com/.

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