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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Week # 2: (continue story)


One who reads will be read – one who mere writes may not!

Prompt for Week # 2:
Writing stories on a single word is much easier than continuing with a story itself. This week we will try to do that tough thing and see how well we come victorious. So, here is the first portion of the story. Read it and write in its continuation:

“The mouse clicked. The email was sent. He took utmost care in drafting the email and spent hours reading and re-reading it; but then, there was a mistake. A mistake he could not have done…”

NOTE: Please do not link your websites/blogs here. Link only the latest post, which should be a story written on the prompt here. Abnormal links maybe removed.
Also, please use the prompt badge provided above in your post and link it to Tell a Tale.

Word Limit: 300

Points: 1 point for each participation.

Write On!

3 comments:

Amias March 25, 2009 at 8:02 AM  

It's hard for me to start a story using someone else voice .. but I will try.

Amias March 25, 2009 at 1:49 PM  

I am glad you are encouraging participants to read each other stories. After all, this is what it's all about ... writing and reading, and having fun doing it.

I think you should set up some type of point system for readers as well as writers. What do you think?

Story Teller March 30, 2009 at 4:05 PM  

Reading stories goes hand in hand with writing. IF we do not read, we may not be able to write too. Reading is a good way to improve and educate oneself with the writing styles and ways. We need to read as much as we write.

You are right Amias. Keep reading and keep writing :)

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