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Thursday, 1 June 2017

Write...Edit...Publish - June Challenge - BRIDGES

Welcome to the Write…Edit…Publish June 2017 Challenge



BRIDGES
This is one prompt that can take you anywhere – just follow your imagination – maybe you’ll even come to a very unique bridge during your journey. Is it guarded by trolls, or tolls? Does it provide a journey to another dimension or complete understanding / truth!

Water under the bridge? Or maybe a setting, or an overture after a breach, or just the word inserted somewhere into your writing/images.

Thoughts: 


Literally--

Image result for bridge over the river kwai imagesPrisoners of war building a bridge, thinking of loved ones, inspiration to survive...movies: Bridge over the River Kwai, The Railwayman. Novels: The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan, the Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller...


Explorers building a bridge to an unexplored site…

Engineers building a bridge that collapses...


Metaphorically--
Image result for free image showing people shaking hands
Building bridges after a feud

Water under the bridge--let bygones be bygones





If you’re still looking for inspiration read our last winners' guest post. Dolorah on Bridges

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A #WEPFF BRIDGES Challenge, Where will this prompt take you?  @YolandaRenee @DeniseCCovey http://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/2017/03/wep-april-challenge-peace-and-love-to.html

Celebrate with Dolorah 1st place winner #WEPFF PEACE AND LOVE April Flash Fiction challenge #amwriting http://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/2017/06/writeeditpublish-june-challenge-bridges.html   

#WEPFF April Challenge winner, Dolorah writes about BRIDGES @DeniseCCovey & @YolandaRenee  http://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/2017/06/writeeditpublish-june-challenge-bridges.html #amwriting #flashfiction


Brought to you by the team:
Denise – Renee – Nilanjana – Olga



47 comments:

  1. Still wrestling with life and a severe attack of the inadequacies. I don't think I can play but can (and will) come and applaud.

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    1. Sorry to hear Sue. You always applaud. I was looking forward to applauding you this time. Hope life is treating you gently. Enjoy winter! Here at last!!

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    2. Sorry to hear, EC. Hope you feel better soon.

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    3. Truly, but totally understand. Take care EC!

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  2. Another angle would be to burn bridges behind one...love that visual and the thought bridge! :)

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    1. I've burnt a few, don't always recommend it! :) Hi, Nila!

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    2. Nope, quite agree, only recommended when the serial killer's at your heels :) Hi Yolanda! and wish you a good June.

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  3. I haven't participated for a bit but getting back into the need to write a story again. :)

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    1. I know what you mean, a flash is the perfect beginning! Thrilled to have you on board!

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  4. This sounds like a great one! Can't wait!

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    1. Working on mine now, took awhile to get there! Wouldn't be the same without you!

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  5. Hmmm...this one has so many possibilities to it. To take it literally, figuratively, or some blending of the two concepts. Should be interesting to write. Can't wait.

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    1. So cool, hi Christopher, we've missed you!

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    2. Hi Yolanda. I keep forgetting about the contests. Broke down and put them into my calendar so I don't miss any more. :)

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  6. All done as I just gave it a run!

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    1. Can't wait to read this one! Hmm...

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  7. The theme Bridges seems bottomless, but I'll continue with my story, the one I started in February.
    BTW: a nice note on Brisbane time. I didn't see it before. Very neat.

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    1. Hi, Olga, we are definitely looking forward to the next installment!

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  8. Interesting theme! Mine might be a photo essay. Looking forward to all the entries. Thanks for hosting this fabulous blogfest!

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    1. Love the idea of a photo essay!

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    2. Changed my mind. ☺ Trying some flash fiction, for a change. Yikes!

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  9. Hi Everyone,
    Just signed up. It is an engaging theme and I look forward to participating.
    Shalom aleichem,
    Pat

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    1. Hi, Pat:
      Thrilled that you're on board again!

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  10. Hi Yolanda - bridges is flooring me - but something will appear. Donna's earlier post was superb and here you've enumerated all sorts of ideas. It is an engaging theme ... so am not sure which direction I'll end up - somewhere no doubt ... signed up anyway - cheers Hilary

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    1. Which direction you take Hilary I'm sure it'll be engaging!

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    2. Sorry. On my phone. Autocorrect. I meant 'Whatever direction you take...'

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    3. I know what you mean, Hilary:
      I had a hard time with this one too, but suddenly an idea hit, and I went with it! Love opening my mind to the universe! I know you'll have something brilliant!

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  11. HELLO LADIES! I have come out of my self imposed hibernation. Thanks to all of my wonderful blogger friends. There was such love given to me on my last IWSG post that it pushed to finally write something new. My first piece in MONTHS... I hope you all enjoy it. I can't wait to read all of yours....

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    1. Michael I'm so happy to see you here and to know the IWSG love fest helped drag you out of hibernation. It'll be wonderful to read something from you again. :-)

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    2. Michael, we are thrilled to see your name on the list. You always contribute something amazing, and I'm doubly glad that the WEP has inspired your return to writing!

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  12. I remembered to sign up beforehand this time!!

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    1. LOL, so happy to see you participating, wouldn't be the same without you!

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  13. Hello writers!

    Mine's live now, posted early to coordinate with you Denise :)

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  14. Hi all. I am trying to link my post and not sure if it's working. So hope you can check if I am linked up ok. Thank You.

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  15. I must apologize. I won't have a story this time due to migraine headaches. I'll try to visit everyone, but I can't even promise that.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams

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    1. Please feel better soon, your entry will be missed. Take care!

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  16. Here is my entry for BRIDGES. I hope you like it. http://rolandyeomans.blogspot.com/2017/06/brridgeswep-post.html

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  17. I've just posted. I look forward to reading the entries later or even tomorrow.

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  18. Wishing everyone who enters my very best. Wish I could jump in this round, but have to cheer from the sidelines.

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    1. Lee, it's been lovely to see you doing the rounds. Your support is greatly appreciated. Hope you see your way clear next time, or the time after...:-)

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  19. Just a quick not that I hope at least three of you will see. I made a point to visit EVERYONE and leave a comment this entry, but there were three sites that would not accept my URL and therefor my comment. I apologize Olga Godiva, Deborah Drucker, and Toi Thomas. I loved your entries and really tried to comment. It may have been something I did, but I was able to comment everywhere else. It's a well known fact that 'blogger'hates me, but it seems to have spread to 'Wordpress' also.

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    1. Hi FAE.

      Firstly, thanks for trying to visit everyone. That's great. But it happens sometimes, unfortunately that comments don't take. Sometimes you have to look quite a way down under the post to find a place to comment, sometimes the comments have to be accessed from the top. But sometimes comments just aren't accepted.
      Thanks for letting us know.

      Denise :-)

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