Thank you For Your Votes, It’s An Even Split… Help Us Find A Winner #kdsuspense #amwriting #writerslife


From a somewhat muggy and hot London.  Have you had a wonderful week so far? I’ve been at home, as my son is on half term break from nursery. So far it’s been  a lovely week of quality time. Thanks for voting for this week’s writing prompt challenge, we have an even spread.  Didi and I would LOVE a few of you to help tip the scales, one way or another.  Give us a vote for a prompt  of your choice to write a short story on, if you have not already. Voting will close Friday 2nd June.

Thank you, have a wonderful day.

Vote here.

Read week one and two’s stories here.

Remember we never discuss how the story will go, or who should write what. It’s a surprise for us as writers too.  Once we have a winning prompt Author A starts her creation and simply hands it to author B to read and finish. Then we put it together, read, giggle and press publish lol. 🙂 

Join us and write your own story along with the winning prompt this week. We’d love to see them. Use #kdsuspense so we can find you.

This interactive writing challenge is simple and insanely creative. It’s a group effort and we are so glad to have you join in the writing fun!!  I hope you’re ready to challenge Didi and I by choosing which prompts we can transform into stellar suspense!  Give us your best shot!  You vote on our weekly prompt, and we provide the entertainment. It’s that simple!  The super easy steps are as follows:

STEP ONE: Every Wednesday well post a voting pole with a few prompts to choose from.
STEP TWO: With the click of a button, you cast your vote on a prompt. (voting will stay open for three days.)
STEP THREE: READ AND ENJOY!  Every week on the following Tuesday we will post the short story that transformed from the very winning prompt you chose!
All comments on the story posts will be open. We love feedback, and I’m willing to bet you will never guess who wrote what!!   Therein a challenge of your own! (Yes, one of us writes in British English, and one of us in American. We are well aware, and ready for some trickery. Trust me, we are brilliant at adapting styles.)

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