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Sounds exciting! And we thought it would be just as exciting to see what the Clever Fiction Writers could come up with using Thou Shalt Not... as this week's prompt. Actually, this will be a two week prompt to allow leeway for vacationers. Make sure you sign up for InD'tale and mark your calendars for the July 15 release of part one of Jaimey Grant's seemingly scandalous saga of Lady Katherine.
Write A Short Story Using That Mystery Ingredients
Thou Shalt Not...
Stories must meet the criteria below and be submitted before 3:00 pm PST on 7/12/2012
Use all the elements of the writing prompt above.
Send your story to CleverFiction@gmail.com
or via the form on the Submit Stories page
To make uploading easier, please format your single-spaced, block style story like this:
By YourName (Thou Shalt Not) <--- this reminds readers of the prompt.
Story (No tabs. Line break between paragraphs)
That's it! No page numbers, notes, etc.,
Due by 3:00 PM (PST) on Thursday, 07-12-12.
Soon after your story is submitted, your name and story title will appear below as links to your short story page. There is no guarantee that your story will be posted to this website. If it is posted, your story page will have a place for comments and feedback. Feel free to share a link to your page with your friends and family to read and comment. And don't forget to read and comment on other stories. We all like to hear what we've done well or where we might improve (offered with a little honey, of course).
New writers (and those who have not already done so), please submit in a separate email:
a photo to use on your blog, if desired
link(s), if available and desired, to your:
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Earthquake Stew.....Sharon E. Cathcart
Thou Shalt Not Rise.....Lexie V. Owen
Blind Vigilance.....Joshua Spotts
Thou Shall Not.....Jeremy Dunn
The Book of Malifar.....Void Munashii
Christmas 2016.....Barbara Shoff
Best Friend Rules.....Linda Boulanger