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I have added a story here that I wrote a long time ago. I have broken it into several parts so anyone interested can take off with the story and head off in any direction they wish. In fact, the main character has hardly been described, so this truly is open to go anywhere.
Status:
Active (fully collaborative state)
Type:
Not Specified
Genre:
Western
Author:
GaryNMaine
Date Added:
2018/09/23
Seed Word Count:
496
94/2
7
0
YES

TWIG Stuff
"The mountaineer crooked his long frame to look through the window in the direction indicated by the other. Colonel Abner Coltrane, an erect, portly gentleman of about fifty, wearing the inevitable long, double-breasted frock coat of the Southern lawmaker, and an old high silk hat, was passing on the opposite sidewalk. As Garvey looked, Goree glanced at his face. If there be such a thing as a yellow wolf, here was its counterpart. Garvey snarled as his unhuman eyes followed the moving figure, disclosing long, amber-coloured fangs."
This passage is from the segment entitled Only If You Want It To Be, which is a level-6 segment based upon the seed entitled The Lorem Ipsum Factor
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