The Official Writing Challenge
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Sure glad your story had a happy ending! So much evil today and no one exempt from the blatant disregard for others. In reality this girl could easily have been a target of theft, rape or worse in today’s headlines. But too, many forget that when one loses one of their senses, the others are heightened. And on a lighter note, nothing like ice cream to calm ones nerves! LOL Enjoyed the read.
So good. I really enjoyed this. You did a great job.
Very well written. I enjoyed this engaging story. It was good to see the sight-impared woman triumph too.
Spelling mistake in my comment above - should be impaired, not impared!
This is a delightful story. Oh how I love your MC. I think I could read tons of stories about her. You did have the POV shifts by showing both characters' thoughts, but it would have been hard to tell the story as well as you did without those shifts. As Jan says, it's okay to break the rules now and then if you have a reason to and if you do it well. You did an amazing job with this story. It was paced nicely, and I could feel the suspense build as my heart rate climbed. Congratulations on your EC. Happy Dance!
Congratulations, Holly, on your 10th place finish this week.

I was surprised at the ending, but I shouldn't have been because my brother works as a rehabilitation instructor with blind and low vision individuals.
Congratulations, Holly, on your EC,so well-deserved for this story.
This Katrina is one cool young lady. You've profiled your characters very clearly in this well-deserved EC entry.
Great work
Katrina is my hero!