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Alliteration Challenge #1

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Group:Write Now
Swap Coordinator:Artistic (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges  Letters & Writing 
Number of people in swap:9
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:August 20, 2010
Date items must be sent by:September 10, 2010
Number of swap partners:2

This swap idea, adapted from Writersdigest.com, is about alliteration which is defined by Webster's as the repetition of the same sounds or of the same kinds of sounds at the beginning of words or in stressed syllables.

Using as much alliteration as possible (i.e. Annie always ate apples), tell a story, no more than 100 words, about meeting a group of either alien ambassadors, belligerent barristers or cranky curmudgeons. And in the event you're wondering, this three paragraph swap description has 90 words in it.

International. Snail mail. Group membership.


junemoon 08/ 5/2010 #

Alliteration always allow a-lot a laughs, Ah [hear southern accent] love it.

junemoon 08/ 5/2010 #

Alliteration always allow a-lot a laughs, Ah [hear southern accent] love it.

Artistic 08/ 6/2010 #


ladydy5 08/13/2010 #

Four of us again?

AndreaJ 08/18/2010 #

I'm in! Sounds like a lot of fun.

Artistic 08/22/2010 #

Partners have been assigned. Let's get swapping!

alexalgebra 08/25/2010 #

Oh, wait wait. Sorry, do we have to use alien ambassadors, belligerent barristers, or cranky curmudeons only?? I wrote one about Terrence's troubled testicles but I haven't sent it yet, ha ha.

AngelFaeryKathleen 08/29/2010 #

Oh alexalgebra I'm so looking forword to reading yours. I cannot wait Please send the one about Terrence's Troubled Testicles :-D

AngelFaeryKathleen 08/29/2010 #

OH NO, I send to you not you me and mine does not sound as funny, :-(

Artistic 08/30/2010 #

A silly story is in route to my partners. :) Enjoy.

Artistic 08/30/2010 #

Alex: LOL!

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