Tuesday, October 27, 2009

The Story With No Name Part 13 by Jack Giles

If cowboys and camels are your thing (and even if they're not) this is a good week to jump in on The Wild Bunch Wednesday Story Challenge. Jack (Ray Foster) Giles has delivered his second fine installment, this time at Broken Trails.

In addition to Mr. Giles, our roster of authors so far includes I.J. Parnham, Chuck Tyrell, Evan Lewis, Jack Martin, James J. Griffin, Joseph E. West, Robert S. Napier, Richard Prosch, Paul Dellinger, and Peter Averillo. New scribes are still welcome to join in (just speak up in a comment on Broken Trails). If no newcomers are forthcoming, we'll likely carry on with our second round.

Parts 1 thru 10 are on The Culbin Trail.
Part 11 is on Open Range.
Part 12 is on Charlie's Tokyo West Blog.
Part 14 is TBA.

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