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Authors Rose Kelly and Elise VanCise will be penning a continuing series together as part of the A to Z Challenge that begins on April 1st 2019.
Written by Rose Kelly in 2012 and originally titled "Torn Paper", the short, standalone piece received positive feedback and requests for the story to be continued. Rose and Elise will continue the story, now titled “Then He Was Gone”, as a series for the A to Z Challenge and each chapter will be inspired by a letter in the alphabet.
And now for the twists:
Rose and Elise will each be writing from the POV of our two lead characters. On “Gladiator’s Pen”, you’ll read the story from the perspective of our female character as written by Elise VanCise. For our male character’s perspective, you’ll find him on “Rose Writes” as written by Rose Kelly.
We thought it would be a fun writing experiment to include aspects of the story that have been voted for by our readers. We’re starting with the poll below that will ask readers to vote for the main character’s names and the state where the story will be set.
This won’t be the only choice we will ask you to make! Periodically, we will be posting polls and getting your input for the story. Links for Gladiator’s Pen, RoseWrites, and the polls will be included with all posts.
You’ll have to read the blogs to find out if your vote appears in the story! This poll will end on March 29th, 2019. So, what are you waiting for! Vote below!
Then He Was Gone
After realizing the mistakes that caused her relationship to fail, a woman travels across continents in search of a second chance with the love she lost.
“Oh I hope she finds him! Nice evocative piece.” -Helen Howell
“Very nicely crafted. The story elicits sadness and a sense of loss, yet at the same time has the underlying sense of hope, and feelings of things that may be repaired and put right…The story just begs to be given closure.” -Steve Green
“I have been swept away in your world and really want to know more! Great emotional feeling within this piece!” -C.M.Brown
Continuing story series for the A to Z Challenge
Coming in April 2019