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The Letter

Today’s post comes from Cathy MacKenzie. The prompt this time is to use three of the following words in the story: ridicule, laugh, spellbound, following, letter. Cathy’s most recent publication, BETWEEN THESE PAGES, is a compilation of 18 short stories. … Continue reading

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Early Decision

This week the prompt is to use three of the following words in the story: ridicule, laugh, spellbound, following, letter. This week’s post is written by Val Muller, who you can stalk at http://www.ValMuller.com Early Decision By Val Muller “Everything … Continue reading

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November 1957

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week the prompt is to use three of the following words in the story: ridicule, laugh, spellbound, following, letter Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. Next week’s … Continue reading

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Shadow of the Mountain

Today’s post comes from Cathy MacKenzie. The prompt this time was to write a story using five of the following words: shadow, mountain, shell, sunlight, hammock, bottle, chain, wheel. Cathy’s most recent publication, BETWEEN THESE PAGES, is a compilation of … Continue reading

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Post by Val

Today’s story comes to us from Val Muller, author of the Corgi Capers mystery series (check it out at http://www.CorgiCapers.com). The prompt was to write a story using the following words: shadow, mountain, shell, sunlight, hammock, bottle, chain, wheel. Ghost … Continue reading

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The Ring on the Mountain

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week the prompt is to use five of the following words in the story: shadow, mountain, shell, sunlight, hammock, bottle, chain, wheel Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A LITTLE BIT OF … Continue reading

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Frozen in Time

  The theme of this week (“I’m so cold my bones have frozen”) is appropriate, as winter temperatures seem to be here forever, at least for author Cathy MacKenzie. Her most recent publication, BETWEEN THESE PAGES, is a compilation of 18 … Continue reading

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