#60 – The Tale of the Boy in a Boat

An Australian dad who writes a story a day for kids. The amazing people you ‘meet’ in the blogosphere!

The Daily Tales of Gregg Savage

Once upon a time, in an ocean no one knew existed, there was a boy in a small tin boat. He had woken up on a wet, wooden seat, immediately noticing that there was no-one else in the boat with him. He couldn’t remember his own name, nor could he remember what had happened the day before or how long he had been in the boat. Though, he could tell that his mouth was dry and his skin was red. He stood at the front of the boat and looked out over the calm, clear blue water. There was no land and no other boats for as far as his eyes would allow him to see. He sat on the wooden seat feeling the waves gently rocking the boat and started to think about getting himself out of this situation.

The boy started by searching the contents of the boat…

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About anuragbakhshi

At the age of 40, I decided to exit the corporate world, and enter the world of stories as a full-time writer. Wish me luck!
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2 Responses to #60 – The Tale of the Boy in a Boat

  1. Thanks so much for sharing 😉I really appreciate it.

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