• 07:01:01 am on October 5, 2011 | 3
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     Tuesday Tales WINNER!

    Challenge #9

    The winner will be bestowed with the AWESOME BLOG BADGE! To be displayed with pride and honor on their blog, twitter pics or what not. Where ever the winner feels their awesome sauce should get the most praise, worship and of course minions. 

     By entering, every contestant agrees to shamelessly promote and praise the winner on twitter.

    For all discussions about this challenge use hash tag #TuesdayTales

    There were 30 entries this week

    @jocastalizzbeth @ClareStubbs2 @BethanyLopez2 @klingorengi

    @solimond @Cindyluewho2 X2 @MAKozlowski X2 @MLGammella

    @RababKhan X2  @kbunskoek @DRyanLeask @SweetSheil

    @jematkins @antonioangelo21 @caramichaels @redshirt6

    @jezri1 @VictoriaNoir89 @KatesQuill @DavidALudwig

    @SuperHappyJen @Call_Me_Bookish @righteousgeek @MyMercurialMuse

    @charitygirlblog @TheaIsis @Samantha12Jane

    All of your stories were awesome sauce and made the judgemasters job super tough.

    Don’t miss the tuesdaytales extended edition notes at the bottom of this post for next week.

    Please give a round of thanks to this weeks Tuesday Tales Judge: 


    Tracey Hansen the master of the #humpdaychallenge (EveryWednesday) and barer of awesome SWAG

    She is procrastinator, Writer of awesome sauce, Drinker extraordinar and This weeks Judgemaster!

    Honorable Mention:

    Best Use of word Flabbergasted:


    “Flabbergasted I strained at the vines holding my naked body.”

    I think telling a 100 word erotic sacrificial wedding story from a womans perspective is pretty ballsy to say the least.  I could see Harlequin picking up the extended version for sure. 

    Now on to our Winner….. dun DUN DUN!

    Per the words of the judgemaster:

     The reason why I chose this one is because I got the entire picture in one read but couldn’t stop myself from reading it multiple times. I pictured it so well in my head.  The characters had great voice and that is quite an achievement with 100 words! I loved the dialogue and that he let the characters tell the story.  ‘You grew up in Toledo!’ lol



    Jeffery Hollar

    Poet, father, husband and Klingon/Ferengi hybrid mix. Voracious reader (been at it for 45 years) and writer of paranormal satire.

    The Best Laid Plans

    Tanaka stood amidst the smoldering rubble of the Puakoahanaliakua Banquet Hall.

    “HOW did this happen again?”

    “Pooka and me just figured fire juggling would offer the haoles an authentic, uniquely Polynesian experience here. And -”

    “Three points, David. Firstly, we call Pooka the village idiot for reasons. Secondly, YOU are a haole. You grew up in Toledo! Thirdly, burning my business to the ground is NOT a uniquely Polynesian experience!!”

    “Hey, it’s WAY harder than it looks. Besides, Pooka set the drapes on fire, NOT me!”

    A flabbergasted Tanaka roared, “You did this INSIDE the hall?!?”

    “Did I forget that part before?”

    Go check out all the rest of the 30 entries of Tuesdaytales week 9 HERE

    OR check out the archive of all the tuesdaytales to escort you to your tuesdaytales needs HERE


    There have been some peeps wanting a longer word count and next week you’ll get it.

    EXTENDED WORDS: minimum word count of 200 words maximum 1000

    EXTENDED TIME: Opens same time but stays open for submissions until Wednesday 6pm PST 9PM EST

    Come back on October 10th for your challenge

    judged by @vamplit with the potential winner prize of being published with them!




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