Category Archives: Writing Challenges

#AtoZChallenge Day 25: Y

Y   “Y is for Yorick, whose head was knocked in…”  Ah, now we know what happened to poor Yorick!  Although his skull didn’t look like it had been knocked in when Hamlet had a hold of it, I suppose … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 24: X

X   “X is for Xerxes, devoured by mice.”  Now I won’t deny that it would be possible for mice or rats to come along after someone was dead and start eating their body, because they’ll east just about anything, … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 23: W

W   “W  is for Winnie, embedded in ice…”  So what was she doing, ice skating and went out to far, the ice was too thin and broke and she fell through?  They couldn’t get her pulled out in time, … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 22: V

V   “V is for Victor, squashed under a train…”  So that’s what happened to him!  And here all this time we were led to believe that Diane just divorced his sorry butt after a while, leaving her free to … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 21: U

U   “U is for Una, who slipped down a drain…”  Just how skinny was she, anyway?!?  Of course, I keep picturing like a shower drain or something, it could have just as easily been a storm drain, but still, … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 20: T

T   “T is for Titus, who flew into bits.”  Apparently someone left their high explosives out again, where just any random person walking by could get hold of them…either that, or someone got sent a package bomb in the … Continue reading

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#AtoZChallenge Day 19: S

S   “S is for Susan, who perished of fits…”  This is the first one I’ve seen for a while that is physically feasible.  The term “fits” was typically used to refer to a seizure of some kind, usually an … Continue reading

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