Reading List and Voting Poll: Hubris

October has ended. The candy’s all gone.
Writing’s submitted. Let’s see who’s won.

Our October prompts took us to dark and mysterious places. They allowed us to decide if we were the type to run or hold our ground. This final prompt led us to a deeper quality, to a potentially darker place. Let’s see what our writers made of Hubris.

Title: Making Up
Author: ayumidah
Word Count: 485
Warnings: none

Title: Hubris
Author: Rio
Word Count: 450
Genre: Fan Fiction, The Walking Dead

Many thanks to Kathy Boles-Turner for hosting our prompts this month. It has been a fun ride. Be sure to get your votes in by 11:45 (EST), the night of Thursday, November 5th. Share some love and feedback in the comments for our writers.


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