Stitched Saturday – This Weeks Challenge

First things first – have you seen the incredible submissions for yesterdays Stitched Saturday yet?  And if not, why not? 🙂  We’ll wait here until you get back…

Right, here we all are again. Welcome to another Stitched Saturday challenge!  This week we have three pictures for inspiration, all provided by the awesome MF Wahl – there’s more information about Wahl and her works at the bottom of this post.

I can’t wait to see what you come up – free and easy again this week, so any length you like.  Submit any stories you come up with as a response to this post in WordPress.

Have an excellent week, and, as ever…. Stay Stitched!

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Picture One – The Plague Drawings by Clint Brown
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Picture Two – John Jude Palencar – Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos
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Picture Three – Artist Unknown

 


Horror, thriller, sci-fi… all are synonymous with M.F. Wahl. Her keen focus on character development and dark, twisting plots, will keep you chained to each frightful word.

Wahl is a proud member of the Horror Writers Association (HWA), book reviewer, and VIP author with Stitched Smile Publications. She’s also the Managing Editor for the newly revived SSP magazine.

Wahl’s first novel “Disease”, in addition to being a #1 Wattpad Featured book, will be released in 2017 through Stitched Smile. Several short stories of hers will appear in anthologies due out later this year though various publishers.

Reach out to M.F. Wahl:
Website: http://mfwahl.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FansOfMFWahl/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealMonsterHaus

 

 

 

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