The Girl in the Meadow – September Creative Writing Challenge Game

Here is my entry for the September Creative Writing Challenge Game (click the link for the other stories and the October Challenge prompts)

The Girl in the Meadow



Filed under Bluebonnet County, creative writing, Creative Writing Challenge Game, Crime, Writing, Writing Competition

5 responses to “The Girl in the Meadow – September Creative Writing Challenge Game

  1. Thank you so much for participating in September’s Creative Writing Challenge Game, and I hope to see you back for October.

    I really enjoyed reading how you wove the writing prompts into your story and thought you did an excellent job. I could totally see this being a Law & Order episode!

    • Shall I add the Doink Doink next time?

      Thanks for the reply. I wasn’t sure how good a job I did.

      I will definitely be participating this month, already have the prompts printed off. This is the first story I’ve managed to finish in the crime genre, and it’s set in the fictional Bluebonnet County, TX. Look for more from the people of Bluebonnet in October.

  2. Ha! That made me laugh. If only posts had sound effects, the Doink Doink would be most appropriate. 😉

  3. Sorry it took me so long to comment! I had to come back to finish this after having been interrupted in my reading and then for some reason wordpress wouldn’t let me comment from my iPad.

    So glad you decided to join us and great play by the way! And, of course, being from Texas I was all over the location 😀

    Read you for the next one!

    • I’m glad you enjoyed it, GHFG.

      My Scrabble challenge story continues the adventures of the Bluebonnet County crime lab and I’ll be posting that around the 23rd, perhaps sooner.

      I’ll have links to the stories here, but you can see the finished stories at any time on a new website I set up at (the link is at the top of the list on the right). 🙂

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