The First Seven ’79 Words Story’ Entrants…

I loved this 79 word story challenge. Thanks to Andrew Joyce for throwing down the gauntlet (so to speak), and Chris for gathering all the stories together and sharing them. It was a huge thrill to be part of this first group – all such talented women. Don’t miss their stories and, don’t forget, it’s not too late to take part πŸ™‚

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

79 WSC

Further to the fun 79 word challenge set byAuthor Andrew Joyce– clickHEREto check out HIS story.

I’m delighted to post the first seven entries received (to visit the writers blogs, click on their names or photos) as follows:

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β€˜The Scentβ€˜ by Emily Gmitter

Emily Gmitter

She stood at the stove, wearing one of his white business shirts over her birthday suit. Maple-flavored bacon sizzled in the pan.

The scent must have awakened him; she felt his arms encircle her waist. She did not turn around. They stood in silence for a moment before he whispered in her ear.

β€œThat was a great fight last night.”

With her back still to him, she said softly, β€œI hate you.”

He stroked her hair gently. β€œI know.”

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Change by Gigi Sedimayer

Gigi Sedlmayer

I wandered aimlessly, as I did so many times before, around the outback of Australia…

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And you don’t have to restrict yourself to just ONE entry Mel (hint) πŸ˜€

I like that stories explore one theme concisely, something it’s impossible to get in a novel (and not intended). This sounds like a fun challenge.

“The Scent” was really good! I’m glad you had fun with the challenge. Hopefully you found yourself with a few gems to save for an anthology later. πŸ™‚

Love it. Wow. You do the challenge well.

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