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Group 14

 

Challenge #2 assignment

GENRE - Historical Fiction

LOCATION - A morgue

OBJECT - Chopsticks

 

The top 5 stories for Challenge #2 will be posted here soon...

 

Group Standings

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  Group Last Name First Name Country #1 #2 #3 #4 Total
* 14 Dowgin John USA 25 22     47
* 14 Shapiro Alex na 20 25     45
* 14 Altruda Elisabeth USA 22 18     40
* 14 FEINDERT Kerstin USA 16 20     36
* 14 Moxness Marlene USA 12 12     24
* 14 COLIMON-CHRISTOPHER MAGALY USA 14 8     22
* 14 Larrick Timothy USA 8 14     22
* 14 Spencer David Australia 6 16     22
* 14 Miller Oliver USA 18       18
* 14 Mitchell Libby USA 5 10     15
14 Van Valer kim USA 10       10
14 Fowler Gail USA         0
14 Iqbal Jafar UK         0
14 Overbey Mary na         0

 

 

Challenge #1 assignment

GENRE - Comedy

LOCATION - A hot tub

OBJECT - A trampoline

 

Top 5 Stories (Title / Author / Synopsis)

#1 'The Plan' by John Dowgin  SYNOPSIS - An unemployed husband plots to win $100,000, and regain his dignity, at the expense of his unwitting wife and daughter.


#2 'A Meeting of the Minds' by Elisabeth Altruda  SYNOPSIS - The story invites the reader into a heated discussion with DaVinci, Michelangelo, Galileo, Newton, Napoleon, Freud, and Archimedes regarding their contributions to history.


#3 'Everybody Likes Oral' by Alex Shapiro  SYNOPSIS - Clansy Street was once a nice, quiet place to live - before it turned into a war zone. Oral stands in a hot tub in the middle of the night, spatula in hand, ready to set all the wrongs right.

 
#4 'Bounce' by Oliver Miller  SYNOPSIS - A gawky teenager finds unlikely success with the hottest girl in school – with some help from a hot tub... and a trampoline.


#5 'Luau at the Mansion' by Kerstin Feindert  SYNOPSIS - Synopsis: A lawyer is the odd man out when offensive linemen recuperate in a hot tub after a football game. This is a work of fiction, and names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

     

 

 

 

 

 

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