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Distress Signal

This week’s Spot Writers prompt is to use the first line of a nursery rhyme in a story. This week’s tale comes from Val Muller, who you can stalk at http://www.ValMuller.com. She writes books for children and adults. Distress Signal … Continue reading

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The Truth About Jack

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This week the prompt is to use the first line of a nursery rhyme in the story in the story. Fun! Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. Next … Continue reading

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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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