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About wildone

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    A Luminite lost in a Herd of Capricans

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    Hockey, reading, hanging out with friends &more importantly family.Love all my nieces and nephews!

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  1. I was going to add, No saying.. You swing your bat and miss, Strike 3, your out. The End. But I thought no one would do that
  2. What is that??? Why is there Guest Prompts again?? Well thanks to an upstanding gentleman (@Tom ) and a schmuck (@wildone) So lets see what is up for grabs this week! Still looking for some more Prompt #14 - Creative Brought to you by @Tom 6 men, one habitation unit, ten matter converters (only one assembled). Setting: First days of the first colony on the moon Suggested Complication: Two female androids programed strictly for child care, and 10,000 cryogenics pods with 5 fetuses in each. Prompt #15 - Creative Brought to you by @wildone Game 7 of the World Series. It is the bottom of 9th. Bases are loaded. You are down by 1, needing 1 in to tie, 2 to win. Your team has two outs already. You're sitting at full count; 3 balls, 2 strikes. Your team is the visitors and there is 45,000 screaming, jeering, rabid fans yelling at you, never mind the other team's dugout. The pitcher looks around the bases, all 3 runners have a healthy lead off their bases. Not enough though to risk getting a quick out. Also, an error would let 1 possibly 2 of the runners into home. Not worth it. After confirming the call from the back catcher, he winds up and releases the ball and it is coming at you over 100 mph. You start your swing and ...
  3. Game 7 of the World Series. It is the bottom of 9th. Bases are loaded. You are down by 1, needing 1 in to tie, 2 to win. Your team has two outs already. You're sitting at full count; 3 balls, 2 strikes. Your team is the visitors and there is 45,000 screaming, jeering, rabid fans yelling at you, never mind the other team's dugout. The pitcher looks around the bases, all 3 runners have a healthy lead off their bases. Not enough though to risk getting a quick out. Also, an error would let 1 possibly 2 of the runners into home. Not worth it. After confirming the call from the back catcher, he winds up and releases the ball and it is coming at you over 100 mph. You start your swing and ...
  4. 6 men, one habitation unit, ten matter converters (only one assembled). Setting: First days of the first colony on the moon Suggested Complication: Two female androids programed strictly for child care, and 10,000 cryogenics pods with 5 fetuses in each.
  5. This is like catching up with an old friend. It has been years since I originally read this, but I’ve forgotten the lil bits and pieces. Looking forward to the next chapter. Thinking of ya, Jack
  6. Wow, about 3 weeks ago I was thinking to myself, 'Self, what was that story where the kid was having a rough time and needed to get a job. Then he got a job as a ....' Well thanks for the reminder Cia I loved this story and it was up there with one of my favourite Jack Scribe stories On a sad note, GA and other fiction sites all lost a great man a few years back. Not only was Jack an accomplished outside of his writing. Although he might not be with us anymore, you can still leave your comments Carlos, as everyone will really enjoy them. If you get an reply, even better
  7.  Why did this Ad come up on my YouTube :unsure:

     

     

     

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      clochette

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  8. G'day Mate, put another shrimp on the barbie? I'm your man (or mate), Mark No? 😢
  9. Goodness gracious, where the H E double hockey sticks did the week go It just seemed like a couple of days ago I was doing up last weeks wrap up! The fact that we are losing weeks quicker than the Covid pounds a lot of are carrying around , means we are getting closer and closer to Christmas Looks like I've secured a present from @clochette So why am in saying this soooo soon? Well Friday we got a good snow fall here and today's high was -5C/23F 🥶. Yes, even in the Great White North, this is early to get into a cold snap. Well Steve, doesn't it need to be more than a couple of days to be a snap? Well take a look for yourself. Or for you Fahrenheit freaks out there So there is 7 days coming up, who is the 7 volunteers coming over to warm me up Tune in tomorrow at 8, 6 and 11 for your next weather forecast Well, short week here at the GA News Blog, so let's get at er! Renee came by with a Featured Story from the Story Review Team here at GA. Once again, gentle reminder, if you have written a story review you are almost there to write a featured story review. Just send it into @Timothy M. or @Renee Stevens.This one was done up by @Parker Owens Then we will hop, skip and jump over to Friday to what should have been our last Guest Prompts, where we could have changed it to @aditus's prompts But alas, I did receive 1 prompt today. So get some into me and we will keep this train going into next week. But here is this weeks. But do not fret this was not everything this week! We learned that Myr's shibboleth is 'Word of the Day' Check out all the words in the past week. And the last thing we bring you each and every week is a check in on our goats goals. Hmm, must have been a Freudian slip. Anyone else missing @C James? Prompts Suggest a prompt(s) - Recommend a few prompts to be feature on Prompt Friday! PM @Renee Stevens and/or @wildone with your ideas. Anthologies 2020 Fall Anthology - Shadows - Due by November 15th, 2020 2020 Fall Anthology - Bridges - Due by November 15th, 2020 Anthology 101 - In the Anthology Forum. Everything you need to know about GA Anthologies Blog Opportunities Ask An Author: Send your questions for your favorite authors to @Carlos Hazday (no questions = no Ask An Author) Guess the Author: Open to all GA authors. PM @Renee Stevens to participate Story Review: Send it in to @Renee Stevens or @Timothy M. Premium Updates: On Fire by Cia *Premium* Classic Updates: A Path Less Taken by Bill W A Strange Homecoming by Bill W A Truly Terrifying Experience by Bill W Greed and Betrayal by Bill W The Castaway Hotel: Next Generation Book 4 by Bill W Unusual Trick-or-Treaters by Bill W Victorian Terror by Bill W Signature Updates: Ancalagon by Cia Disasters, Delights and Other Detours by Parker Owens Double Concerto by Parker Owens Northern Exposure by Mark Arbour; Book 8 of Bridgemont Phases of Moon by Mann Ramblings Sidewinder by Headstall The Best Year by Krista Don't forget.... Read, Write, and REVIEW!!!
  10. ♫It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas ♪

     

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  11. Yum, I can have it with my Ghost Pepper McChicken sandwich. I love those things, but I have a feeling they are going to be limited time only Probably they will lose the Scotch Bonnet Pepper McChicken as well and just stay with the Habanero McChicken sandwich. Now I'm off to collect my money for dropping McChicken that many times . I wonder if they will kick me out thinking I'm from the competition if I'm wearing my shiny
  12. So, I was really, really hoping that some new prompts would have rolled in. But alas, not to be . @aditus has been a real trooper providing us with some great prompt ideas. So to close out the guest prompts, unless some arrive before next Friday, here is the final Guest Prompts. All from aditus Prompt #11 - Creative Brought to you by @aditus Write an instruction manual with a twist. (At least 500 words.) For example: How to put on a sweater with the left sleeve inside out. How to herd cats, or make scrambled eggs without eggs. (Don't use the examples ) Prompt #12 - Creative Brought to you by @aditus (maybe this one will motivate @Myr) A few people met for a round of Dungeon and Dragons. Snacks and beverages are at the ready. Each player has several sets of dice in front of them. The GM (game master) clears their throat. "You are in the Thornflower Pines forest." Suddenly a noise sounded, as if many dice were rolled, and everyone impersonates their D&D character sitting around a fire on a glade. From the off the GM's voice can still be heard."You hear thrashing and stomping as if a large beast makes its way through the underbrush." Prompt #13 - Technical Brought to you by @aditus Write a short story, song, poem or vignette that ends with: If I were...(insert an adjective.) Now lets see who comes up with some prompts after a long absence. All the topics have been already set up in the Writer's Circle to post your entries So git at em!!!
  13. Write a short story, song, poem or vignette that ends with: If I were... (insert an adjustive).
  14. A few people met for a round of Dungeon and Dragons. Snacks and beverages are at the ready. Each player has several sets of dice in front of them. The GM (game master) clears their throat. "You are in the Thornflower Pines forest." Suddenly a noise sounded, as if many dice were rolled, and everyone impersonates their D&D character sitting around a fire on a glade. From the off the GM's voice can still be heard. "You hear thrashing and stomping as if a large beast makes its way through the underbrush. "
  15. Write an instruction manual with a twist. (At least 500 words.) For example: How to put on a sweater with the left sleeve inside out. How to herd cats, or make scrambled eggs without eggs. (Don't use the examples )
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