#BlogBattle Stories: Flower

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January 2019 Blog Battle Entries

Updated daily!

“Nature” by Anita Dawes

“The Artist” by The Dark Netizen

“Hope’s Colours” by Joy E. Rancatore

“Marigold” by Bryntin

“Just One of Those Days” by Marian Wood

“Showstopper” by S. C. Jensen

“A Single Red Rose” by Stevie Turner

“Flower” by You Can Always Start Now

“Mr. Sagittarius” by M. J. Mallon

“Blue Ribbons & Flowers” by BJ Sikes

“Flower” by Violet Lentz

“Flower” by Mark Huntley-James

“Adversity” by V. P. Grey

“Flowers Have Mysteries” by Rakayle Hier

“Midnight Chase” by David M. Williamson

“Dragon Stone – Lusus Naturae”Β by Gary Jefferies

“Fields of Paper Flowers” by Simon Farnell

“Of the Zambezi River God’s Revenge” by Beaton M.

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33 thoughts on “#BlogBattle Stories: Flower

  1. Pingback: Of The Zambezi River God’s Revenge | Becoming The Muse

  2. Ye Gods I’m so behind. Just launched my effort at the last minute!! Will definitely go through everyone’s story this weekend. How does time just do this?? Blink and what happened to January??

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  5. Reblogged this on Rachael Ritchey and commented:

    Hey hey hey! We’ve got room and time for more January FLOWER stories! While you consider writing your own, enjoy these entries and make sure to chat with the authors while you’re at it. πŸ™‚

    Make some new friends, catch up with some old ones. Not OLD. They’re not old. You might just have known them a long time. I mean, maybe a while, not THAT long.

    haha ENJOY!

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