Our 2018 - Week 10 Winner is ...
First and foremost, thank you all for some consistently great writing. You make it look effortless while I know some great thought goes into the writing.
This week's stories all covered a sense of escape, a sense of need.
Escape - by Mark A Morris
The intro was quick and terse, lending itself to the sense of urgency, and while there was no description of the pursuers, the feeling of urgency was present. You did a very good job of building suspense.
For the Village - by Kenny Roberts
Another very good opening. It conveys the urgency which drives the protagonist on - throughout, they push on with one thought, one drive. You kept that sense of urgency through out.
Into the Wild - by Mil Ana
This one was beautiful for the need to escape the office (and the co-worker). I so did not expect that the wilds were as close as a thought.
All of you did a wonderful job of using the prompt and weaving your tales, but alas, there can only be one winner. This week's winner is:
For the Village by Kenny Roberts
You built up a great sense of urgency. Even at the end I was not expecting that heart wrenching moment as they reach the top of that last hill, well done.