Newspapers (flash fiction)

Newspapers

“What’s that you’re reading?”

“A newspaper.”

“What, you printed one out?”

“No I bought it from down the street from the newsagents.”

“You bought it?”

“Yes, newspapers were in print a long time before they ever appeared online, and still are in print.”

“Wow. So how does it update?”

“It doesn’t. There’s a new edition printed every morning, though some print an updated edition later in the day.”

“Fascinating.”

Joanne Fisher

Word count: 68 + prompt

This was written with the prompt newspaper provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #225.

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Šī¸2021 Joanne Fisher

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