Weekly Challenge #6 – War Story

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Welcome to the sixth Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
The topic this week was a war story.
Only four stories were submitted this week, plus the usual madness from the planet of insane bards, Planet Z. Go ahead and listen to them by clicking on the grammophone thingy there in the left column and then vote for your favorite:

Who wrote the best story this week?
Elisson of blog d’Elisson
Andrew of Dodgeblogium
Rahel of Elms In The Yard
Beck of Incite
The Mystery Writer From Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.
The theme will be posted shortly.

Weekly Challenge #5 – Horse Racing

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Welcome to the fifth Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
The topic this week was horse racing.
Eight stories were submitted this week, plus the usual madness from the planet of insane bards, Planet Z. Go ahead and listen to them by clicking on the grammophone thingy there in the left column and then vote for your favorite:

Who wrote the best story this week?
Erica of Gardenspot
PJ at No Deep Thoughts
Kris of Gradualdazzle
Tommy of Striving For Average
Rahel of Elms In The Yard
Elisson of blog d’Elisson
Andrew of Dodgeblogium
Beck of Incite
The Mystery Writer From Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.
The theme will be posted shortly.

Weekly Challenge #4 – Mother

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Welcome to the fourth Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
In honor of Mother’s Day, the topic is: mother.
You have until midnight on Friday the 12th to email me your story.
It would be preferred that you attach your own recording of the story to capture those nuance and inflection things, but I’ve always got the trained midget slave of dubious moral character available to record the story for you should push come to shove.
Once all the stories are in, I’ll assemble them into a single podcast collection for your enjoyment.
Good luck, and feel free to e-mail me with any questions you have.


Time’s up!
Six stories submitted this week, plus the usual madness from the planet of insane bards, Planet Z. Go ahead and listen to them by clicking on the grammophone thingy there in the left column and then vote for your favorite:

Who had the best story this week?
Tommy of Striving For Average
Erica of Gardenspot
Andrew Ian Dodge of of Dodgeblogium</
Elisson of blog d’Elisson</a
Kris of Gradualdazzle
Beck of Incite
The Mystery Man From Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.
The theme will be posted shortly.

Weekly Challenge #3 – Cinco de Mayo

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Welcome to the third Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
The topic is: Cinco de Mayo.
You have until midnight on Friday the 5th to email me your story.
It would be preferred that you attach your own recording of the story, but if I have the time I will record and include all of the contributed stories in a single collection, which will be posted next Saturday.
If this takes off and there’s a healthy amount of participation, I may go ahead with my plans to create 100 Words Or Les Nessman 2.0. (With weekly themes instead of daily themes to cut down on burnout and attrition.)
Good luck, and feel free to e-mail me with any questions you have.


Time’s up!
Seven stories submitted this week. Go ahead and listen to them by clicking on the grammophone thingy there in the left column and then vote for your favorite:

Who wrote the best story
Rahel of Elms in the Yard
Elisson of blog d’Elisson
Andrew of Dodgeblogium
Beck of Incite
Borealis of Suidesus
Tommy of Striving For Average
The Mystery Man From Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.

Weekly Challenge #2 – Five Minutes Late

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Welcome to the second Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
The topic is: five minutes late.
You have until midnight on Friday the 28th to email me your story.
It would be preferred that you attach your own recording of the story, but if I have the time I will record and include all of the contributed stories in a single collection, which will be posted next Saturday.
If this takes off and there’s a healthy amount of participation, I may go ahead with my plans to create 100 Words Or Les Nessman 2.0. (With weekly themes instead of daily themes to cut down on burnout and attrition.)
Good luck, and feel free to e-mail me with any questions you have.


Midnight came, and midnight went. Time’s up!
There were 8 stories this week. Go ahead and listen to the stories (click on the grammy-o-phone icon there on the left side of this entry) and vote for your favorite:

Who wrote the best story?
Elisson of Blog d’Elisson
Rahel Jaskow of Elms in the Yard
Andrew Ian Dodge of Dogeblogium
Jim S. the Folderman
Jim Thompson of Making Movies
Rona
Beck of Incite
The Mystery Man from Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.

Weekly Challenge #1 – Bunnies

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Welcome to the first Weekly Challenge, where I post a topic and then challenge you to come up with a 100 word story based on that topic.
The topic is: bunnies.
You have until midnight on Friday the 21st to email me your story.
It would be preferred that you attach your own recording of the story, but if I have the time I will record and include all of the contributed stories in a single collection, which will be posted next Saturday.
If this takes off and there’s a healthy amount of participation, I may go ahead with my plans to create 100 Words Or Les Nessman 2.0. (With weekly themes instead of daily themes to cut down on burnout and attrition.)
Good luck, and feel free to e-mail me with any questions you have.


Midnight came, and midnight went. Time’s up!
There were 11 stories this week. Go ahead and listen to the stories (click on the grammy-o-phone icon there on the left side of this entry) and vote for your favorite:

Who wrote the best story?
Andrew Ian Dodge of Dodgeblogium
Tommy of Striving For Average
Borealis of Sunidesus
Jim Thompson of Making Movies
Elisson of Blog d’Elisson
Justin of Fat Elvis
Rahel Jaskow of Elms in the Yard
Senobia
Beck of Incite
Jim Parkinson
The Mystery Man from Planet Z
  
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Thanks to everyone for sending in their stories, and I look forward to what you’ve got to write (and say) next week.