The words from our August meeting were: dust, soda, mildew, notorious, search

Only one brave soul submitted for this word mix:

                                              The Horror in the Corner

                                                    By Chuck Webber

The mildew looks like dust collecting in Roman military formation.  Its notorious blackish-green powder fills the corner of the garage behind the washing machine.  What can I do?  Bleach?  Wreck and replace?  With a shrug, I capped my soda and drove off in search of a janitorial supply company. 

What would YOU do with those five words?  Give it a try.  You might surprise yourself!



Objectives:   To study methods of writing and research,
      To develop our talents as writers,
          To promote interest in writing, and
                       To encourage our fellow writers at all times

Member Flash Spotlight

At our monthly meetings, members are given five words with which to write and submit a story or a poem  in 50 words or less using those five words.  If you want to participate in the fun, then join Abilene Writers Guild and your submission might be published here and/or on our our Facebook Page!