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It’s #StoryFriday Time on Twitter (Join in!)

It’s #storyfriday time on Twitter! Here’s how it works: We write the first line, then someone adds a line & so on. Starts @9:30 EST. Use #storyfriday hashtag. For more details on how #storyfriday works, click here.
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It’s #storyfriday time on Twitter! Here’s how it works: We write the first line, then someone adds a line & so on. Starts @9:30 EST. Use #storyfriday hashtag. For more details on how #storyfriday works, click here. To join in, click here.

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Today’s prompt:

START: Zac, Sara & Beth were on the beach when they found a bottle with a note that said, "Help me! They are going to kill me!" #storyfriday

What to check out a few of our past stories? Friend of WD Emily Selleck occasionally compiles our #storyfriday stories and posts them on this awesome blog. It’s a great way to see how the story turned out.

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