Update: just realized I had forgot to link “Stanton Sunshine”
Welcome new-comer Debb Stanton (of Stanton Sunshine to the Wednesday Writer Blog Hop host circle. We are honored and thrilled to have her aboard. Below is her debut hop. I hope you’ll all join in and submit your story (remember each month a winner gets a “button” – either there own or one designed – put on display of the 4 hosts).
Guess what? I have very recently been honored with an invitation to be a co-hostess for the Writer Wednesday Blog Hop. I join my writing heroes Heather, Leanne and Tena with thanks and high-voltage anticipation. I make my debut in this post and hope there won’t be a lot of egg or tomato throwing. 🙂
For those of you who are new to the Writer Wednesday Blog Hop, and for my readers (those who have a blog, AND those who do not) who are looking to have some fun and get out of writer’s block at the same time, here is a very good vehicle! Join us as we conjure up stories that match the prompts given. The more participants, the merrier! We are a small community that buildes each other up and supports one another in our artistic endeavors. You can join us whenever you want and do not have to commit to writing every week (although yes, we hope your stories show up often).
Here are the stories from last week’s prompt:
Timmy’s Adventure by Scott Taylor
One Small Leap For Mark by Tony Roberts
Silence by Leanne Sype
Surviving The Night by Heather Musk
Hard Work by Debb Stanton
Oh yes; there are, of course, a few little rules.
The rules are as follows:
1) Try to keep your word count down to around 500 – no worries, we’re not counting. Just try to keep from getting too lengthy.
2) You must use the two pictures OR the one picture and five words in your story (depending on what the host decides to use)
3) Link your story up using linky tool below. Stories submitted will be announced in next week’s blog hop kick-off
4) This is most important… Have fun with this and let those creative juices flow.
Sooooooo…here’s my very first prompts that I give to my writing family:
Here are your five words: