Trifextra: Camp Fantastic

Trifextra: Camp Fantastic
February 4, 2012 18 Comments Writing Stephanie Ayers

Help! Sleep away camp has gone to the goats. I’m out of here before I become one.

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It’s time for another weekend challenge from those creative minds behind the Trifecta Writing Challenge. We were challenged to tell a whole story in 3 sentences.

So tell me, did I suck you in? Do you want to know more?

I always appreciate your feedback. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.

Thanks for stopping by!

Stephanie Ayers A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is the Executive Creative Director of OWS Ink, LLC, a community for writers and readers alike. She loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and sappy stories. When she is not writing, she can be found in Creative Cloud designing book covers and promotional graphics for authors.
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  1. 18 Comments

    barbara

    goats?????

    🙂

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      SAM

      Yes, goats…or maybe Satyrs…

      Reply
  2. 18 Comments

    Carrie

    Okay, I’m definitely not sending my kids off to sleep away camp now!

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      SAM

      LOL! And funny that I can’t wait…

      Reply
  3. 18 Comments

    writingchellestyle

    Uh yeah, you pulled me in. Lol

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  4. 18 Comments

    LDiggitty

    It made me wonder how much time would elapse before one became a goat… T-minus 5 minutes until transformation!

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      SAM

      Something like that.

      Reply
  5. 18 Comments

    dopdavid

    i remember watching that movie so long ago, it creeped me out for weeks

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      SAM

      Oh? What movie was that?

      Reply
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    Gina

    This is perfect. I had a kid that created a reason to come home from camp.

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      SAM

      Nice play of words there with “kid”. HAHAHHA.

      Reply
  7. 18 Comments

    Satu

    Goats or ghosts? 😉

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  8. 18 Comments

    Jenna Farelyn (@frelle)

    love this… it made me laugh, but it was creepy at the same time!

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      SAM

      Laughter is an unexpected response. Love it!

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    kelly garriott waite

    Neat – scary, but neat.

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    Imelda @ Cum Auxilio Ab Alto

    I enjoyed reading this. 🙂

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    Trifecta (@trifectawriting)

    Thanks for linking up with Trifextra: Week 2. You’ve given us one of our shortest stories of the competition. Hemingway would be proud. 🙂 I love the flow of it. I tend to detest exclamation marks, but it works perfectly here. Hope you’ll come back on Monday for the weekday challenge.

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      SAM

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

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