After discovering that a number of stories have suffered from the Word Count Flu, and having to regretfully drop notes to various writers to let them in on the bad news that they were either short or long on the count (and there will unfortunately be more to come as I haven’t read every last story that I have in my possession yet), we are back on track in the 600 To 700 Challenge.
I want to thank everyone for their patience and especially all of the writers that I’ve contacted thus far, who, in some cases, took back their stories and reworked them a little bit so that they would come up to or back down to count.
Now then, the stories.
Here’s what to expect tomorrow...
Eric Beetner’s LATE START
Chad Eagleton’s THE PRICE OF COPPER
Matthew C. Funk’s CERTAIN SAINTS
Chris Benton’s BAD CALL
Gary M. Dobbs’s 614
Patti Abbott’s PORTRAITS OF DETROIT: RAMIR OBABIE