WWE, Wednesday Writing Essentials Challenge, 2/13/13, Wild Grammar

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This challenge is a self centered, dual purpose prompt.  For one, I want Len to get his book published so that I have a reference to go to when I’m not sure of my grammar.  Grammar for creative writing is much different that the grammar used in my profession.  Actually, after learning what little I have learned here on Gather, I cringe when I read a legal document.

The other reason is because Magic wants out of his box and he’s full of mischief.

I challenge you to take the beginning story which I wrote below, fix my grammar (or change it altogether) and finish the gull durned story or poem.

I have a feeling that some of you gents will get really carried away with this one.  Feel free to flag your story if need be.


The Case of the Wild Ass

Theres a town in Arizona, on Route 66, were saloons abound and there’s mining and theirs horse thieving and gun fights in the streets and wild asses run the place.

If you don’t give a wild ass a Karot, youll pay because, …

The Rules:

Keep in mind, this is a monitored group and there are only a couple of rules, which are:

Make sure you put this (WWE, 2/13/13, Wild Grammar) in your title.

Be sure to tag it with WWE, Gather Writing Essentials, Wild Grammar.Post to Gather Writing Essential.

I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.

There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.

Most important:

Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what you’re supposed to do and won’t think you’re crazy.

Challenge:  Take the beginning story shown above, fix my grammar (or change it altogether) and finish the gull durned story or poem.


BELOW ARE RESPONSES TO PRIOR CHALLENGES – CHECK THEM OUT.  Please let me know if I missed anyone’s post and I’ll get it linked for next week.

Warm Seas

KEEP CLEAR OF THE WATER, by Peter Rogerson


Southern Seas, by A. F. Stewart

Hawaiian Seas, by Sonia M.

I ache for you, by Angela A.

Bare Feet, by Barbary Chaapel

A Caribbean Cruise in the Middle of a Snowstorm, by Liz H.

Magic Seashells, by Ms Lee P.

One Blue Bird at Paradise Hand Is Worth Two Suffering in the Snow, by Bill’s Spirit

best friends on the beach, by Karen Vaughan

A Song of Summer Love, by Irina Dimitric

EXPERIMENT OF GREEN, by Douglas Raymond Rose

Warm Seas, by Vj McMullan

Pacific Temptress, by Priscilla P.

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