WWBH Blog Hop: May 01, 2013

It’s Wednesday once again and guess what that means????

It’s time for the Writer Wednesday Blog Hop Kick Off!! Take it away LeAnne


Aw yeah! It’s Wednesday which means two awesome things:

1) We’re halfway to Friday!
2) It’s time for the Writer Wednesday photo prompt!

We have two story submissions from last week’s photo, and you should definitely read them. 🙂

X Marks the Spot by Carrie Sorensen

Low Risk, High Value by Leanne Sype

Whether we have two stories or 12 stories, we love them all and invite you to join the blog hop community. It’s a great way to meet fellow writers, exercise your fiction-challenge writing muscles, and let others know about your blog.

Here’s a little button to add to your site if you like being a part of the blog hop:


Alrighty… here’s a brief rundown of how all this works:

1) Use the photo and the 5 words provided in your story
2) Keep your word count 500 words or less.
3) You have until next Tuesday to link up your post.
4) Link up with your blog hostess (Nicole, Carrie, Tena or Leanne) when you’re done via the inLinkz linky below.
5) Have fun, don’t stress, let those creative juices flow.

And now for this week’s photograph:

Child in Awe

(Randomly generated) Mandatory Words:






Have a blast, my friends!


4 thoughts on “WWBH Blog Hop: May 01, 2013

  1. […] This particular photo (and 5 words) presented a challenge for me.  Somehow I just couldn’t get a story to “start up” in my mind.  I finally did come up with something, but I’m afraid it’s on the short side this week (shorter than usual).  I hope that you will join in and link up your own Blog Hop story (short/long – well no more than 500 words – it doesn’t matter).  To see this weeks Blog Hop Photo & Words click Here […]


  2. Okay here is my quick little episode. Title: Ethan’s Wandering
    It was chilly in the bookstore today. Ethan pulled his favorite red jacket a little closer to his neck. He wandered the aisles, while his mother sat in a folding chair listening to a chamber music concert. The violins were squeaky. Why did she have to take his dead pet mole away anyway? It was wrapped in a napkin, and it’s not as if it had poison or anything. Meower, his kitty, had brought it to him, and it was a special gift. He peeked around the bookcase at the end of the aisle. Now what mischief could he find here today? If he really thought about it his boredom would not last much longer. Ah, that’s it! He spied his favorite kitty book just behind the small group of musicians, and made a dash for it.


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