The first of THREE 4th PLACE WINNERs in the March 2018 Word Weaver Writing Contest: Dark Skies by Adele Marie Park

Congratulations to Adele Marie Park who is one of the three 4th Place winners of Dan Alatorre’s Word Weaver Competition. Her fantastic story is posted today on Dan’s site, so grab a coffee and put your feet up for a murder thriller….Dark Skies

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It is my pleasure to present to you the first of three 4th place winners from the March 2018 Word Weaver Writing Contest, “Dark Skies” by Adele Marie Park

I liked this story a LOT. Adele’s writing here is superb.

This story is probably one of the best at really nailing the contest theme. We don’t adhere too strictly to that, but you can tell when somebody really made the effort to hit the bulls eye.

I think you’ll agree with me when you’re finished reading this very good story.


Word Weaver Writing Contest Winner

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Adele Marie Park


Streaks of pink, purple and orange lit the twilight sky.

“God’s paintbrush,” Ben Malcolm thought as the display tempted him to take a moment to admire the world he wanted to leave behind. How could he be lonely, faced with such miracles?

Tears filled his rheumy eyes and…

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