Tag: action

Song Title Challenge #34: Tuva.Rock – Yat-Kha

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Tuva.Rock (yes, that’s a full stop in the middle of the title) by Yat-Kha and the genre is action.  Thanks to bumblepuppies for the suggestion.

Tuva.Rock

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Song Title Challenge #28: Christmas Tree On Fire – Holly Golightly

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge and you’re in for a bit of a treat (I hope).

After my call last week for some Christmassy songs I got three suggestions.  I decided that today, just because it’s almost Christmas, I’m going to treat you with all three.  That’s right, three stories based on Christmas-related songs in one day.  You’re welcome.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

Today’s first song is Christmas Tree On Fire by Holly Golightly and it was suggested by the wife.  She didn’t give a genre, so I just went with it.  The end result is not that far from the actual song.  Enjoy it.

Christmas Tree On Fire

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Song Title Challenge #27: People Are Still Having Sex – LaTour

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is People Are Still Having Sex by LaTour and the genre is Action.  Thanks to bumblepuppies for the suggestion.

People Are Still Having Sex

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Song Title Challenge #9: Staying Alive – The Bee Gees

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.  It’s later than usual today.  I’m out of song suggestions (hint, hint) so was working on a rewrite of an old one.  You can see my first attempt at this title over on A Crucible of Scribes.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Staying Alive by The Bee Gees.

Feel free to comment/criticise/mock relentlessly – whatever floats your boat.

Staying Alive

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Song Title Challenge #6: Earth Intruders – Björk

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Earth Intruders by Björk.  The title was suggested by George Saba.  Go say hi to him.

Earth Intruders

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