Chain Writing Game 3 – Episode 22

This is something called a Chain Writing Game started by Kerrie Ann Salsac.This is the third iteration and the community seems to grow stronger with each one. I enjoy getting three cracks at the story, so I want to get my first in here. Keep in mind either 30 chapters or Wednesday is the end.  Here is my third this time around:

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 F.B.I. Regional Director Alexa Cameron drummed her nails on the desk as she digested all the words from everyone under her and tried to make sense of things.

“So basically we have one guy who recruits women, sends them into this ring thing and lets them battle to the death. We have Sam lying in the hospital with a gun shot, his sister flitting around as a half-wolf, half-woman and the only link is now missing? This Snyder, is it?”

“That is about it director.”

“What’s your plan?” Cameron asked Julianna Keyes.

“I lock on to the electronic signature of the transporter. We figure out the access points and stop them.”

“Do it!” 

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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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6 Responses to Chain Writing Game 3 – Episode 22

  1. draliman says:

    Alexa seems to be taking this far-out tale in her stride – maybe she’s a Mulder fan!

  2. kerrieanns says:

    Great post, things are really starting to close in on the climax 😛

  3. Nice addition it’s starting to wind it up some. I thought Sam in the FBI and In’ang’to one and the same Jenna’s brother.

  4. J. Milburn says:

    Oh, I like Julianna taking on a bigger role in the story. Good to see some of the side-characters get a little spotlight time. Great addition!

  5. EagleAye says:

    Damn, dude! This is interesting. I hadn’t thought of an angle like this, but I like it. This is the advantage of Chain Writing, I think. Okay, I got my thinking cap on. I want to run with this.

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