Oh, wow, man. I'm rather shocked and awed to see that I got a stealth vote.
This particular poll refuses to reveal the name of the perpetrator... But, thanks, so much, whomever you are.
I'm still working on my own impressions. A tough job to give all of these entries due, thoughtful consideration.
Good job giving us 'til the end of the month to cast our votes.
Mutual story admiration SuzanneThank you, Nixie, for the vote, and thank you (whoever you are) for the stealth votes. A lovely surprise!
I think all the stories have been really good, but my favourites were from Victoria, Mouse, and TitaniumTi.
My vote goes to: Coincidence by Peter V. I loved this from the moment I read it.
Roger that, Johnnyjet. I felt the same about this challenge. But when I stared the words for while, a story began to form within the words, for me. Thanks for the mention. You made my day.Other favorites were by Victoria, Starbeast, Peter V, Titanium Ti, and Suzanne Jackson.
Fun and different challenge. It seemed impossible when you first look at it. But then, somehow, it happens!
Thank you, gigantically, lady LittleStar for your vote. I do agree with you. We did have to go with the flow of the river on this one. And, YES! Perpetual Man came up with quite a unique idea.This challenge was quite a bit harder than I was expecting, I mean we have words telling us the general direction of the story, surely just adding a few more would be easy... Nope! Challenges are fun though, and wouldn't be what they are if there wasn't any challenge, right?
Anyway, everyone did great. I managed to whittle down my top 3 to Mouse, Suzanne, and lastly, StarBeast, who takes the victory this time. Well done all
<ahem> 69 words? <ahem>As we head towards the home straight, am I right in judging the shortest story to be 71 words?