Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Duff D. Moss' Writing Challenge

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Every other week my fellow writer, Duff D Moss issues a Writing Challenge through the forum. Those that participate have one week to get their entries published. The following week there is a results thread to list entry URLs for all to see. This blog will list the entries. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy creating them. Read more...

Writing Challenge Round 28

The words this week have been provided by forum regular Littlekid137.

He has suggested the following words:
ludicrous swimmer and cauldron


Amazing Niagara Falls Daredevil Feats or Just Plain Ludicrous?
By irenen1 on September 15th, 2010
The tourism trade of Niagara Falls owes a great deal of its lucrative history to the many daredevil stunts performed over the past two centuries. Were these people heroes or just plain ludicrous? Read more...

The Leaky Cauldron
By Cebah on September 17th, 2010
In an ancient Celtic village there once lived three beautiful sisters. They were so fair of face that tales of their beauty travelled across the land. Read more...

The Swimmer...
By TOPELECTRICIAN on September 17th, 2010
There was this ludicrous swimmer that you all ought to know,
Swam like a shark being fed at a show. Read more...

Writing Challenge 28: Ludicrous Swimmer and Cauldron
By Littlekid137 on September 18th, 2010
A small little fantasy of a special swimmer that I admire. This is totally fake and not meant to be true. Read more...

Chocolate Dinosaur in The Rampage of The Transformers!
By choochoo on September 16th, 2010
A couple of weeks ago Optimus Prime surfed the web in search of new porn. After that he checked his Triond account. Read more...

Evie and Lew
By Duff D Moss on September 19th, 2010
“Bloody hell Evie what the hell does it matter?” Lew dodged another china plate as it smashed on the wall behind him. Each smashed plate was adding up in dollar value in his head. Read more...

The Ludicrous Swimmer in The Cauldron of Hate
By Alistair Briggs on September 13th, 2010
The flow of the tide may sometimes go against the grain, as it is, the swimmer who goes against the tide may just be on to something. The cynic may call that swimmer ludicrous, but that all depends on whatever perspective you look at it from. Read more...

Chapter Eight: The Ludicrous Swimmer and The Cauldron
By Annie Hintsala on September 19th, 2010
Chapter Eight is a continuation of one girls search for pizza, zombies, and some guy named Bruce. Two out of three ain’t bad. Read more...

Identity Theft
By Knarf Sewob on September 20th, 2010
Identity theft is against the law, if you think someone has stolen your identity you need to hire an attorney. Read more...

The Witch and the Ludicrous Swimmer
By Darla Smith on September 16th, 2010
The witch stood by her large black cauldron,
gazing out across the vast blue ocean.
She suddenly caught a glimpse of movement,
while she stirred her boiling magic potion.

Go to Hell: A Poem About Penalty
By LCM Linda on September 20th, 2010
Up in the sky, Apollo stared down.
I raised my head, fully dazzled.
My consciousness went nowhere, but to drown.
Below lay a hot cauldron, I puzzled.

The Ludicrous Swimmer
By nymphofairy on September 21st, 2010
I found it more and more difficult to accomplish the task at hand. Everytime I felt the rare strength rise up in me, it would be pressed down by hands of manipulation. Read more...

The Gunbarrel
By seafable on September 21st, 2010
The gunbarrel highway is a rough track starting near Wiluna in western Australia, heading east for 1400km through the centre of the country. It is lonely, isolated and no services at all are available for its entire length. At 1400km between fuel stops, surely the longest run of any "highway" on earth. Read more...

Beecham The Bullfrog Saves The Day
By maranatha on September 22nd, 2010
If you ever get down to the deep forest glades where all the well-trodden trails end, you are bound to stumble on smaller animal trails. Read more...


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