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Night Intruder

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to use the following five words in a story: candy, whistle, ferry, ring, and kitchen. Today’s contribution comes from Cathy MacKenzie. Check out her books on Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/camack. … Continue reading

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THE REAL CANDY CRUSH SAGA

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month’s prompt is to write a story using the words candy, whistle, ferry, ring, and kitchen. Today’s story comes to you from Val Muller, author of the young adult novel The Scarred Letter, a … Continue reading

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RINGS AND THINGS

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to use candy, whistle, ferry, ring, and kitchen in a story Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. RINGS AND THINGS Lavinia stuffed … Continue reading

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Smoldering Alive

The prompt for this writing is “new year’s”. Today’s post comes from Cathy MacKenzie. Check out her books on Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/camack. Smouldering Alive Alice wasn’t sure of her plans for New Year’s Eve—or for the rest of the new … Continue reading

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The Horologist

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is “new years.” This week’s post comes to us from Val Muller, who wrote the following poem—on the theme of time—in memory of her father-in-law, who passed unexpectedly earlier this … Continue reading

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Something New This Way Came

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is “new years” Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. Something New This Way Came Every breath produced a puff of frost before her … Continue reading

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The Statue

Welcome to Spot Writers! This month’s prompt is “statue” and this week’s story is contributed by Kathy L. Price. The Statue Little did they know, the mundane, dreary people who passed by him every day, but he knew. He knew … Continue reading

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