The secret hideout

secret hideout

I grabbed the things that I thought I would need and got into the car. I’d no destination in mind but I knew that I had to go away from the madness of the city. I needed peace to write my book. The mad rush of my daily routine didn’t let me concentrate on what I wanted to do. How wonderful it was during my childhood when I could go into that old barn at grandma’s place which was my not so secret hideout! Suddenly I knew where to go. This time it was going to be my secret hideout.

Word Count: 100

This post is written in response to the above picture prompt at Friday Fictioneers.


32 responses to “The secret hideout”

  1. Shilpa Garg says:

    Ooh! That suggests a lot of possibilities! But what is it that he/she has in mind??

  2. Short & Crisp
    Hmm I wish I had a secret hideout. REminds me of all the Enid Blytons’s Secret Seven and Famous Five novels I read in hoards during school.

  3. Ranjini says:

    Aww you have a secret hideout? I have always wanted one, I guess all of us bookworms have wanted one. Not just to write but to cosy up in a corner and read. 🙂

  4. Iain Kelly says:

    I can completely agree with this, is I could get away to a quiet secret hideaway to just write! Nice take 🙂

  5. Kala Ravi says:

    Can I have a hideout too? Far from the madding world! I have to learn this 100 word fiction, its not so easy to pack a punch in just 100 words. You rock it Reema!

  6. Rajlakshmi says:

    It’s true, sometimes we do feel like escaping the reality. I hope she finds a good secret place 🙂

  7. You have no idea how much I would give for one such place right about now! Don’t you sometimes wish you had such a place in real life to just escape at least for awhile from it all?

  8. Parul Thakur says:

    Interesting. Many possibilities of that not so secret hide out place.

  9. An honest story in 100 words. How all of us wish for a secret hideout.

  10. Modern Gypsy says:

    I so wish I had a place like this I could escape to from time to time. It’s so needed sometimes, to be able to just escape the hustle-bustle of the city.

  11. deepagandhi says:

    You are so good in writing it all in 100 words and you make such a good and creative use of the prompts too. I never had a secret hideout but now I wish for one with so much chaos all around us. 🙂

  12. Reema D'souza says:

    Me too! Wish I had some place like this.

  13. shalzmojo says:

    Secret hideout sounds so brilliant. I really love the way you match up your story to the pic so well Reems

  14. Wonderful! All of us writer folk want a place like that!

  15. Maliny Mohan says:

    Loved the sweet twist to the tale 🙂

  16. Glad the place still exist to go, for oft childhood joys and places cease to exist. Enjoy your hideout

  17. gahlearner says:

    Having a hideout just for writing, what a great idea. Fun story.

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