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June on Promptly Written

May 31, 2016

June will be a relatively calm month here on Promptly Written. I will continue to do the 365 Days of Writing Prompts and may occasionally do some poetry, flash fiction and other random things.

However, over at A Whispered Wind, I will be writing a month of Killer Tales! Tales about Serial Killers. So if you haven’t followed my blog there yet, you may want to do so now so you won’t miss any of these stories. They will be unprompted stories which is why they won’t be posted here.

See you tomorrow!

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  1. Might have to have a peek. Candice Daquin from afeatheredsleep talked me into reading the Sookie Stackhouse story. I’m now sucked into the vampire genre for this series – I find it a bit like an adult version of a dark Harry Potter thingy.

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