Finding the Groove

I discovered a wonderful site earlier today and decided to participate in the prompt.

Over at Trifecta you will find writing challenges galore, and get to read some wonderful entries.

Here’s details of the current challenge:

Now onto this week’s Trifecta prompt. We’re back to one word, its third
definition and the 33-333 word limit.

Happy Writing!


1 a :  a state of paralyzing fear
   b :  a depressed state of
2 :  one that funks :  COWARD
3 :  SLUMP
 <an economic funk>  <the team went into a funk>

You’ll have to forgive my frivolous contribution. I had a lot of fun with it, but sometimes my humour is an acquired taste!

Finding the Groove

Thanks for reading.




Welcome to the Trifecta fun!! Great entry.

Welcome to Trifecta :), Enjoyed reading your piece.

Fun story. Welcome to Trifecta!

Welcome to Trifecta! Glad to have you on board. Hope you enjoy the ride! This made us laugh, a delightful read. Thanks for linking up!

Yeah a new writer in the Trifecta world! Welcome! You first entry is great. I got a good laugh out of it. The imagery was clever and I could really see the scene playing out. I hope you stick around and keep up with the fun. *hands you a welcome basket full of cheeses and variety crackers*

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