Prompt: We are living in trying times, and sometimes facing our fears can help us deal with them more effectively. So, for this prompt write a story that deals with one of your biggest fears. You do not have to be the main character, as long as the story deals with your greatest fear.
Good luck and Don’t Be Afraid.
Word Count: 1,200
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The writing prompt for March 19, 2020 will be chosen by Wendy Edsall-Kerwin.