Story Collaboration!

So this is WAY outside my comfort zone, so I’m not going to participate but I thought some of you might be interested! Enjoy 🙂


… And we’re back at it again!

With over forty responses on our first Poem Collaboration at the Little Writing Workshop of Horrors, it seems clear that there should be even more opportunities and events to share our literary work with each other, and to discover a certain connectivity that we often seek in writing. The purpose may vary, but we write either for ourselves or for others, the connectivity being this social experience to collaborate, and to put on our mud boots and get ourselves in the mud of writing.

Maybe that wasn’t the best analogy…

But, let’s get right down into it, shall we? Due to the overwhelming responses on the poem collaborative project, collaborative projects on the Little Writing Workshop of Horrors will now strive to be a feature in this horror house, using different ideas or suggestions from all of you.


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3 thoughts on “Story Collaboration!

  1. msnyder1970 May 14, 2020 / 7:37 am

    you should do it 🙂 Essentially you could just read the last sentence of what the previous person wrote and take it anywhere you like


    • Kristin May 14, 2020 / 10:37 am

      Thanks for weighing in. I’m considering it, but it feels very… exposed. What if I’m just not good at fiction? But I appreciate your encouragement! 😊

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      • msnyder1970 May 14, 2020 / 10:03 pm

        Well go for the minimum requirement of 500 words. That’s what I did. I usually write/read poetry and nonfiction, so writing chapter was a challenge that I wanted to try. That’s why I think you should give it a go, if your worried thats not written well enough, Lucy will edit it.


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