#BlogBattle Stories: Intercept


August 2019 Blog Battle Entries

Updated Daily!

“Foliage” by Joshua G. J. Insole

“Only Time Will Tell” by Rachael Ritchey

“Intercept” by Anita Dawes and Jays Marie

“Intercept” by Doug Jacquier

“A Long Day and a Police Interception” by Marian Wood

“Himalaya 3” by Bella Basket

“Intercept” By Jessi L. Roberts

“The Intercept” by Chris Hewitt

“Death Intercepted” by Fleur McMorrow

“Subsanity” by Gary Jefferies

“‘Selective Perception’ by My Perception Selector…” by Lisa R. Palmer

“Arrested Development” by A. E. Branson

“Not All Dogs Go to Heaven” by K. Elle Peach

“Intercept” by Leanne

“Feathersong In The Aerie” by Joy Rancatore

“Blue Siren” by Simon Farnell

“Intercepted” by Rakayle Hier

“Of the Intercepted Ones” by Beaton M.


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19 thoughts on “#BlogBattle Stories: Intercept

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    • All entries should appear here, if we’re on the ball that is! All new ones will be edited into this post throughout August. It’s this one I Tweet and share throughout the current prompt word. Great to have you onboard too.

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