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Untouchable, by Geron Kees  [message #74807] Mon, 27 August 2018 07:51 Go to next message
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A great story for the "Empty Shoes" challenge.  Geron managed to put a spin on this I had not seen before to this extent.  Years ago, I did read two stories with a FEW of the elements in his story, but not so well executed.  One was a mainline science fiction story.  

Lots of great stories in this challenge.  I have one more to read, and one to reread.  

Thanks to ALL of the authors who responded to this writing challenge, and especially well done, Geron.
Re: Untouchable, by Geron Kees  [message #74812 is a reply to message #74807] Mon, 27 August 2018 15:18 Go to previous message
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"Bisexual_Guy wrote on Mon, 27 August 2018 07:51"
A great story for the "Empty Shoes" challenge.  Geron managed to put a spin on this I had not seen before to this extent.  Years ago, I did read two stories with a FEW of the elements in his story, but not so well executed.  One was a mainline science fiction story.  

Lots of great stories in this challenge.  I have one more to read, and one to reread.  

Thanks to ALL of the authors who responded to this writing challenge, and especially well done, Geron.

-- I have to agree that the story turnout for this challenge provided some excellent reading. I enjoyed every single story, myself. So far, the pictures provided for the challenges have mostly provided a good prod to the imagination. Thanks to Tim for his selections.

And thank you for the kind words. I think the stories show that all the authors worked hard to provide a good read. The challenges here are fun, and I, for one, hope that readers continue to be enthusiastic about them.




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