Friday, February 19, 2010

Storyblogging Carnival L

This is Storyblogging Carnival L, a collection of storytelling in blog format from around the blogosphere. Since we're using Roman numerals, every time you get to a big round number, you go down to a single digit again. Thus this, the fiftieth carnival, is L. For our fiftieth carnivals, we have seven entries from a variety of writers.

Galad's Reprieve
by Andrew Ian Dodge of Dodgeblogium
A 100 word brief story rated PG.

Galad death watch is ended by the incompetence of others.

The Joy of the Pool
by Lisa of Lil' Duck Duck
A 456 word brief story rated G.

"Lil’ Duck is easily thrilled, but nothing makes him happier than the promise of swimming in the pool."

A Different Sort of Vampire
by Goemagog of this space for sublet
A 832 word brief story rated PG.

Venturing out into the nothingness.

by David N. Scott of Perrerro
A 2095 word short story rated G.

A writer looks for inspiration among seals.

A Guilding of Lillis, Scene 2 (Beginning)
by Dave Gudeman of Doc Rampage
The next 2,213 words of a story in progress rated PG.

Rolf's sensitive nature leads to dire consequences in this continuing tale of adventure and romance.

[Rolf and Zantar are not exactly the heroic type, are they? -DSC]

Prologue of Amelia Earhart's Blog
by Brian Carland of Amelia Earhart's Blog
The first 2,376 words of a novel in progress rated PG.

This is the begining of a serialized novel (blogel) of the last ten years of famous flier Amelia Earhart's life. Published in installments on Tuesdays and Fridays in August and September.

You Give Love a Bad Name
by Postmodern Sass of Postmodernes Sprachspielen
A 5,224 word short story in seven parts rated R.

"I was wearing matching underwear—Victoria's Secret, hot pink, if you must know—underneath my go-go dress last night when my karaoke buddies and I went to a Kickass Karaoke party at a boozecan on Queen Street. This is probably why I didn't end up going home with Ashton Kutcher..."

If you'd like to take part in a future carnival, please contact me. I am also looking for hosts. Other carnivals can be found here.

The Storyblogging Carnival can be found at The Truth Laid Bear's √úberCarnival.

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