Weekly Roundup August 17-23

Typewriter Letters

The weekly roundup this week includes mystery, suspense, romance, and a bit of sadness. A good mix!

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And now, last week’s participants:

Author: Jester Queen
Challenger: Caitlin
Prompt: I lifted back the lace curtain to peer into the rainy courtyard. My heart seized in shock and fear as I watched an orange Aston Martin, circa 1950, roll into the drive…
Response: Texas Stranger

Author: FlamingNyx
Challenger: Lance
Prompt: Her fingers gripped the only jagged rock available when an arm appeared….
Response: Jagged Edge

Author: November Rain (k~)
Challenger: FlamingNyx
Prompt: One thing to give up to be happy: hope. Oh, and there is another: faith.
Response: November Rain

Author: Michael
Challenger: November Rain (k~)
Prompt: Marshmallows in the snow
Response: The Gentle Fog

Author: Wendryn
Challenger: Michael
Prompt: ​”Whatever you want to do can be done before midnight…Nothing good happens after midnight.” -Vanna White
Response: Midnight

Author: Eric Storch
Challenger: Wendryn
Prompt: The first rainfall after weeks of heat
Response: Hannah Anne vs. The Sun

Author: Cameron
Challenger: Eric Storch
Prompt: What if the coffee “Coffee-Bucks” served wasn’t really coffee?
Response: Henry Wingate

Author: Tara Roberts
Challenger: Cameron
Prompt: Mourning the loss of someone who hasn’t died.
Response: End of the line?

Author: SAM
Challenger: Jake
Prompt: I strolled into the kitchen, and who did I find?! That harlot brazenly sitting at the table!
Response: The Harlot and the Hitman

Author: kgwaite
Challenger: Barb Black
Prompt: Some mornings it just isn’t worth chewing through the restraints…
Response: Restrained

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