You are in a White Room: Part Five


This post is in conjunction with the Weekend Writing Warriors blog hop. You can check out some of my fellow writers work by clicking here!

Click Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV to see what you’ve missed.



Your hand is on the open door. Whimpering, begging yourself to be silent, you bring your head around it to peer out. You see a white wall. You hear no sounds. Betraying your gut, you allow your hand to push the door completely open. You see only more of the same white wall. You throw a nervous glance back into the white room and then crawl across the threshold. You are now seated on the floor, your back against the wall in the hallway, hyperventilating. Every ten feet, a poster hangs, orange background, white lettering. The poster reads, “You should not have gone to work today.

Stay tuned for Part VI this time next week.

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14 thoughts on “You are in a White Room: Part Five

  1. Ed Hoornaert says:

    Ooo, I love that message. Okay, I won’t go to work today. (Of course, it’s Sunday….)


  2. Kim Magennis says:

    Such menace! And then the message. I had to laugh, as well as feeling totally creeped out! Excellent snippet Jessica.


  3. Jessica, you know how to write with simplicity and creepy-ness. All I can say is WOW!


  4. Wow, that is really creepy. Almost like the inside of a nightmare…


  5. I love it, just gets better and better. The posters are a fascinating, macabre touch. Great snippet!


  6. Wow–this just took a serious turn toward the creepy! Excellent!

    Hope you have a happy Christmas!


  7. Linda Hanna says:

    Ok I’m up to date and I’m frozen-terrified!!


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