Sunday Snap

There was another great set of stories for last weeks Sunday Snap. While the names of the 3 stories may be the same, the stories were not. I really enjoyed reading them. If you haven’t had a chance, check them out below!

“Catch the Moon”  written by Billie Jo of “Out of the Woods”

“Catch the Moon” written by Selena of “Selena Wolff’s Solitary Words”

“Catch the Moon” written by Mike of “Short Stories”

Guys, thanks for sharing!

Now on to this week’s Sunday Snap. The rules are as follows.

There is a saying that a picture is worth a 1000 words. How about 500 words instead? Each Sunday I will find a photo to post. Your job (should you dare) to write a story of no more than 500 words in any genre that might be inspired by that picture. Make sure that you when you post it to your blog, you add a link back to this post. The following Sunday I’ll list all the stories submitted for the previous weeks challenge and add a new photo to inspire you. So have fun and good writing!

Sunday Snap for May 15th, 2011

"York Minster in the Fog" by Karli Watson (Flickr)


19 thoughts on “Sunday Snap

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    • First off, welcome to the “Campfire”! Glad you decided to join in with the challenge. I love the idea of a building that could do that (all of you others out there are just gonna have to read the story to find out what “that” is). Great little yarn!

      • It was my pleasure Ken. I enjoy writing challenges when I’m in the mood to write. I look forward to reading the other entries and to join you around your “Campfire” for the telling of a few more.

    • Do I want to read it? Of course I want to read it! I was thinking of doing away with the word count much like InMon. Just let the stories tell themselves.

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    • Think of it as more of a guideline than a rule. The story needed the extra few words to tell it’s tale. Thanks for sharing it.

      Tune in this week for a little change of the “rules ‘;)

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