Tuesday, 20 December 2011

The Season .

I thought I would have a go at a different style of writing this week, this is my second effort for Julia's 100 word challenge (this week called the 50-50 challenge http://jfb57.wordpress.com/2011/12/19/5050-word-challenge-week24/)

The Season

Celeste snapped the blinds shut with a flick of her slender wrist. She wasn't quite fast enough and her amber eyes narrowed as she stared at the blistering skin on her forearm.

The church bells pealing reminded her of times long past when Christmas had been a time of joy...






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9 comments:

  1. Wow - really different to your usual style Anna. I can imagine Ventahl and SusanKMann chomping at the bit to finish this one off. Can't wait to read the follow ups to everybody's writing.

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  2. Poor Celeste... An enigmatic starter here. I'm also really looking forward to the next 50's. Merry Christmas xxx

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  3. Thanks for commenting...wanted to try something a bit different...

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  4. Hi Anna, as SJ suspected, here's your entry completed by me. Suitably dark. Enjoyed your foray into the gothic ... v--v

    http://ventahl.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/5050-word-assignment-week-24-finale-2/

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  5. Oooo! I can see Susan having a great time with this one. You are so clever with your 'forays'! Thank you so much for being such a supporter of this silliness!

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  6. next part accessible here ...
    http://ventahl.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/5050-word-assignment-week-24-finale-2/

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  7. Again, I'm sure I've left a comment but it's not here so I'll do it again. This is great and I can see Susan following it up beautifully! so good to see you enjoying writing differently!

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  8. Love your ending ventahl. Wanted to try something a bit different...
    (have been offline over the last few days!)

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  9. Oooh, great start. I'm liking the inclusion of urban fantasy, fantasy and sci-fi in the starters. Off to read Ventahl's ending now.

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