Thursday, October 15, 2015

Short Story Slam Prompt 31: 17 days to A Spooky and Sheepish Halloween Night



image credit: giphy.com, peanut cartoon entertainment


Dear Writers, your talent is promising, you are welcome to
join us for our short story slam prompt 31, simply write what's
coming to your mind, post in your blog, tag us if possible,
and submit to this inlinkz to share...We value your input and
looking forward to seeing you soon!
Happy Halloween!
Pandi Loper loves Halloween!


PS: write a poem, or a short story about Halloween,  get your peers
pleased about your unique take on respect to those who happen to love 
life as a chess game, and we win and also lose at the same time.

51 comments:

Bluebell Books Twitter Club said...

well,
what a pop tart here,
I am sure people will look at it and share a word or two.

Happy Prescott Halloween!

France Marie Henry Southworth Cordova said...

what a fun chance to share scary views.
way to go.

Alison Sandberg Jason Pritchard Clinton said...

I simply find one that fits,
thanks for coming.

Drew Doyle Storm Snyder Minow said...

I try to write whatever comes to mind,
hope that it works.

Maxwell Mead Williams Robinson Barry said...

so, it is two weeks early,
but it sets us in mood though.

Iremonger Lindsay JacoBus Quinlan Pickens said...

yes, way to go.

Wojin Schmidt Brownback Via Saint Montgomery said...

excellent.

Larry Hasty Wendy Stanley Wojcicki said...

it is hard,
but I am trying.

Christopher Kerry Scott Sophie Johnson said...

anything could be suitable for a scare.

Chex Cadieux Levit Dorwart SotoWood said...

amazing one.
well done.

Marissa Biden Sergey Christina Murphy said...

yes, awesome.

Marissa Biden Sergey Christina Murphy said...

a good GO!

Amelia Flynn Noble Stein-Wilson said...

love this.

sleep with light on said...

lovely prompt this year.
glad to see many people write all of a sudden.

Stephan Peter Carl Victor Hudson said...

amazing one.

Stephan Peter Carl Victor Hudson said...

here is a romantic story.

piper and rufun said...

oops, i mean a ideal story.

Unknown said...

an old one entered, enjoy!

Benji Barratt Clark Twohill Sullivan said...

here i am, happy halloween.

Kate Neal Virginia Ann Hargis said...

excellent.

Pat-Mather Brown Gordon-ceton said...

lovely.

Morton Celeste Nicholas Eagle Singer said...

some information.

Unknown said...

lovely.

Malia Craig Tagg Lawrence Page said...

incredible.

Jeanne Elena Owen Beryl Henneberry said...

love this.

megan whalens said...

lovely ghosts opportunity.

Abbey Michael Boyle Blount Fallin said...

how nice.

jingle nozelar said...

nice, glad to read.

Martha Julio Bogue Henryetta Rosenberg said...

awesome.

Anonymous said...

come right in.

lexiwoods said...

glad to read.

Anonymous said...

incredible.

:)

Eleaine Sarah Thomas Jobs Bush said...

will add my piece of information to it.

luncindanne said...

lovely short story slam prompt.

Linda Bob Grifins Brin Korbetis said...

lovely chance to think of stories that dare.

haunted home said...

glad to review this.

Unknown said...

it is of the most powerful prompt,
a cool lead in short fiction around the world,

Happy Halloween to Y'all!

Bluebell Books Twitter Club said...

any thanks.

Michelle Ivana Yunaska Theilfing Obama said...

excellent.

Lucinda Goce Bristol Tamhane Sahakian said...

maybe, yes, will read.

Prem Nick Shrock Riesbeck Ottino said...

glad to look at those.

A.B. Thomas said...

I'm coming in late but I look forward to some fine reading!

Benjamin Kingery Loomis Roy Moore said...

excellent.

Anastacia McCleary Henryetta Via Saint Francisco said...

powerful.

xinex said...

Cute pictures!...Christine

Hannah Ioserashvili Rafael Onyanga-Omara said...

nice.

Curtney Bloomberg Ferguson Blasio Yaros said...

excellent.

Bluebell Books Twitter Club said...

welcome, thanks.

Herbert Rick Ajit Colgate Buffet said...

lovely chance to write and roll.

Herbert Rick Ajit Colgate Buffet said...

way to go.

Wojin Schmidt Brownback Via Saint Montgomery said...

happy Halloween!