Weekend Writing Warriors 4.21.13 #8sunday

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Thanks for dropping by again this week.

The two men, Brycon and Keelan, have made some interesting discoveries, one of which are the human remains in one of the upstairs bedrooms.

~~~oOo~~~

Brycon noticed a leather notebook lying on the bedside table. He picked up the old book, opened it hoping it didn’t fall apart, and began reading what appeared to be a journal.

In the top right hand corner of the first page was the date:

July 27, 2099.
My name is Stephen Gentry and today is my birthday.

Brycon looked at the skeleton in the bed, “Nice to meet you Stephen Gentry.”

He moved a chair to the window and opened the blinds for light. Sitting down he opened the book once again.

Looking toward the bed he smiled and said, “Let’s see what you have to tell us.”

~~~oOo~~~

You are invited to join us and read a variety of excerpts from other Weekend Writing Warriors.

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About John Van Vliet

Author of the soon to be released "The H'Rhophyan Chronicles", a Fantasy Adventure Serial.
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5 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors 4.21.13 #8sunday

  1. Nice! “Brycon looked at the skeleton in the bed, β€œNice to meet you Stephen Gentry.” It really sets a tone. Good eight, John. πŸ™‚

  2. I wonder what John will have to tell them? Intriguing!

  3. Fascinating and I loved the way he greeted the skeleton, nice touch. Excellent excerpt, can’t wait for more from this story.

  4. “nice to meet you…” I like his character already. Nice snippet. πŸ™‚

  5. Been so busy today. Thanks for dropping by. I’ll visit the others on #8sunday later tonight or tomorrow.

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