Tag Archives: Adventure

Chain Writing Game v3: Episode 7

Kerrie Ann Salsac’s Chain Writing Game continues in week 3. The game where each participant adds a piece of the story. This week, Jenna awakes in the forest, naked and covered in blood. What happened? What will happen? It’s all … Continue reading

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Gauntlet Run Pt. 2

Written for the Moonshine Grid. Continued from an earlier post. It all started here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/vengeful-seas-picture-it-write/ Then here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/29/gone-fishing-sunday-photo-fiction/ Last one here: https://momusnews.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/gauntlet-run-the-speakeasy-at-yeah-write/ Gauntlet Run Pt. 2 The airship’s cockpit door swung open quickly. “Darling!” said Arteigna. “I want to be…” … Continue reading

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Gauntlet Run – The Speakeasy at Yeah, Write

Gauntlet Run Since electric lights became widely available six years before, the city of Edinshore had taken to the new technology with a vengeance. Captain Hansen thought the lights of the boulevard lit up Great Glenn, the city’s giant clock … Continue reading

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The Chain Writing Game – Episode 23

The Chain Writing Saga continues in haste. Join in quick! Catch up with Kerrie Salsac’s Chain Writing Game and dive in. Episode 23 “You’re a princess,” said Mac as he stared out the window of the safehouse. Sweat made his … Continue reading

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The Chain Writing Game

The next installment in Kerrie Salsac’s Chain Writing Game. The fun continues. Episode 17 With a protesting Aadila hiding in the bushes, Cindy found the other girls locked in a room inside the house. The screwdriver came in handy for … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing – Sunday Photo Fiction

Continued from a previous story, here. This is written for Sunday Photo Fiction. Love the historically important pic, Alastair! A story about creative thinking begins after the photo. Genre: Steampunk/Humor Gone Fishing Arteigna’s hair was matted with sweat. Her dress … Continue reading

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