December Series of Minis – Week One Reading List and Poll

Good morning to all of our brightly burning writers out there.
I have a reading list to start your morning with so go grab your toasty beverage of choice and a warm blanket.
As you know, our darlinleo set us the challenge of writing what was triggered by the prompt – “An Aftermath of Sky”.
Let’s see how your fellow embers were inspired:

Title: Nuances and the New
Author: alethessa
Word Count: 249 (poetry)
Warnings: none really, divorce arguments as an underlying topic

Title: Natural
Author: ayumidah
Word Count: 475
Warnings: none

Title: Musings on the Sky
Author: cedarwolfsinger
Word Count: 450 words (roughly)
Warnings: none

Title: What Dreams
Author: jlly-coppercorn
Word Count: 1,486
Rated M for Mature – for gore and horror
This is part two of a three part story, continued from “The New Doom” in November week one.

Title: Two Player Game
Author: keppiehed
Word Count: 1818
Warnings: language

Title: From The Bay Window
Author: missflyer
Word Count: 484
Warnings: none

Author: ctfd_ricochey (the author formerly known as mistvieh)
WC: 1788, reads quickly.
Warnings: PG13 language & drug use.

Title: An Aftermath of Sky
Author: Urb-banal
Word Count: 1,200
Warnings: none
Genre: “Magical Realism”

Title: The Sky in 40
Author: Bardiphouka
Word Count: 271
Warnings: none
Genre: Fictional History

The voting will not be open all week, so get your reading done early and cast your votes by 11:45pm Wednesday. Since this is a mini-contest, there is only one winner so choose well 😉

Don’t forget to drop a note to your fellow writers to let them know they are appreciated. If it’s an offsite blog and you have trouble with commenting, feel free to share your comments here and we’ll pass them along.


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