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    » A Fine Year For Business from Traveling Tales
    Wil Wheaton posted about a short story thing happening at Nickerblog. The idea is to write a story about the mystery hotel pictured above in less than 300 words. My story, ingoring my title and credit line, is 299 words. I was motivated by the date of the [Read More]

    » Ideas come, ideas go. Sometimes they come back from pdZone
    As I read Wil Wheatons post the mystery hotel, I am reminded of an idea that I had a while ago for a writing project with the kids. The Images Canada site has thousands of archive photos of various places across Canada. My thought was to have t... [Read More]

    » Maybe you too can help solve a mystery. from Bitch what?
    Wil "WHAT DO YOU MEAN HE HAS FOUR OF A KIND" Wheaton has started something rolling between his weblog and a buddies of his that I think is really neat. Shane Nickerson found an old black & white picture of a hotel lobby at a flea market, and just rec... [Read More]

    » Mystery Hotel from Edwin Gore's Dopey Homepage!
    Shane Nickerson at Nickerblog has put up an interesting looking old photograph of a hotel lobby from the early twenties. Wil Wheaton then proposed that people should write short, 300 word stories inspired by the picture. Here is mine. it's... [Read More]

    » A Splinter in Time from Visible Wear
    “Just what the hell is going on?” Devane asked in shocked disbelief. The archaeological society had searched for the lost frontier town for years before declaring it a myth. Despite Devane’s insistence of its existence his colleagues had subm... [Read More]

    » Mystery Hotel from CosmicDog's Awareness
    Since Wil Wheaton is one of my writing inspirations, I figured I would take on one his writing challenges. This is originally from Shane Nickerson's Nickerblog. The hardest part for me was getting it down to under 300 words. My [Read More]