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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Hotel/Motel (09/12/05)

TITLE: The Lost Motel
By Ian Dennison
09/16/05


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It was a murky and tempestuous night.
The motel seemed to appear almost of the thin night air. And to the travelling couple it was seemingly a godsend. But once they entered its doors, they found they were lost. And yet who could find it? It was an out-of-the way building on the English moors. The two tourists were spellbound by the enigma of the mysterious motel. And yet what can one see in the dead of night after having driven extensively all day?


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karen McLamb09/19/05
Where is the rest of the story.
Wow!
this is very good,add some more to this.
Very good!
Norma OGrady09/19/05
You have the start of a good story...it wasn't long enough...but did draw in my interest to want to read more.
Yeshua bless
Jan Ackerson 09/19/05
I suspect that you may have hit "submit" before you intended to. Oops! Hope you let us all real the whole story, perhaps as a regular article submission. Intriguing!
sandra snider09/20/05
almost OUT of thin air....traveling with one l, not 2.
Deborah Porter 09/27/05
Hi Ian. I'm suspecting the same as the others - that you may have lost a large chunk of your story in the process of submitting it. But what you started with was very good. I'll look forward to seeing more from you in the future. Of course, this one was way under the word count and so even if you had managed to fit the whole story into just 84 words, it wouldn't have been eligible (there's a 150 minimum word count).

As for the comment about "travelling" having one "l" not two, ignore it. You are writing with correct UK English and that is completely acceptable (I'm an Aussie - I've been picked up in the past as well).

Look forward to seeing more from you in the future. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)