COVER BAND – for FFfAW (FLASH FICTION for ASPIRING WRITERS)

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COVER BAND

It was all the guy’s dreams to be the next guitar god, the next rock star, the next featured cover on the Rolling Stone Magazine. I was no exception. I wanted the fame and fortune, and yes, the girls.

I saved my allowance money, bought a second-hand guitar, and practiced. That got me invited to be a member of a hopeful garage band. We had a few gigs around town, had some local fame, but then it died down; we went our separate ways.

In college, I majored in art and music. The entertainment industry still called to me. I wonder what happened to those guys from high school? Did they follow their dreams, become famous? I don’t know, but I’ve met thousands of rock stars who did find that elusive dream.

I enjoy what I do. I may have never become famous for my guitar or voice, but my talents are in demand now. I’m famous in my own way. I design album covers. The burning guitar is my latest piece.

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© 2016 BS

(word count = 174)

This was written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (FFfAW) the week of March 1, 2016

To find out more about this writing prompt, to see other entries and to join in, click below:

https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2016/02/29/fffaw-week-of-03-01-2016/

Writing to a picture prompt, using from 100-175 words only.

This picture was sourced from pixabay.com

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Thanks for visiting! Peace }I{

18 responses »

  1. This is great Weena! I love how he is now a “rock star” of rock star album cover designs! His dreams came true but in a different way. Love it!! Welcome to the Flash Fiction of Aspiring Writers Challenge! Hope you get as addicted to it as the rest of us are. 😀 😀

  2. I love the direction you took for this! And I love the message you included in the story as well. Sometimes our dreams change, but what’s important is that we’re happy with what we’re doing. Fantastic story!

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