Voices in the Snow

Read the new story fragment: Voices in the Snow, written initially as a draft in a GWG workshop about scriptwriting given by Keith Bunin. Here are the first few lines:

Two people waited at a bus stop, a safe distance separating them. No one else was in sight. The man stood upright and alert, his long, grey hair falling in curls from beneath a broad rimmed hat to the shoulders of his overcoat. The young girl was warmly clad in knee-length boots, thick woollen stockings and a fur-lined cloak. She appeared shy and retiring under her umbrella. Snow was falling heavily and all was quiet.

“Have you ever noticed how snow falls?” he asked, stretching out his hand to catch passing flakes… (Read on)

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