This one I found in a novel I read recently – and it took me COMPLETELY by surprise! Any ‘Reiders’ among my Readers may recall a novel Janet used as a prize in a Flash Fiction comp last year (or perhaps in 2016?): ORPHAN X by Greg Hurwitz. Well, imagine my surprise to find the following alliteration, just last week, when I had tongue-twisters on my mind:
Slatcher’s broad fingers scrabbled for purchase across the sleek silicon, sending shotgun shells scattering.
Oh, and if you haven’t read this novel, do so! I found it really rather enjoyable 🙂
And I wonder if you also, liked his impromptu tongue-twister, too?
Have a great day, dear Reader 🙂
[The #AtoZchallenge is a daily blogging challenge which has been running for quite a few years now, with hundreds of participants worldwide. Blogging happens each day in April except Sundays, and on each letter of the alphabet, starting at A and finishing with Z.]