Special Edition: Writer Wednesday Blog Hop 2014!

**Quick note: I am still in rehabilitation for anorexia, but I simply had to come out of “hiding” for this special edition of Writer Wednesday. I absolutely adore the heart of every writer and honor those who stepped out to participate in the blog hop this year. I am so grateful for your creativity and bravery to share your work with us!

I am doing well and will be back to blogging in the new year. Thank you SO much for your prayers, thoughts, support and encouragement! I promise it helped! God is good and has given me much to share in the way of my story. Be blessed in your holiday celebrations!

Much love,
Leanne**

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(Sing to the tune of “These are a Few of My Favorite Things”)
Five words and pictures, fiction and genres; lots of new authors and creative mantras. The blog hop is ending for two thousand fourteen, these are a few of our faaaavorite things…! 

Okay not really things, but stories!

In no particular order of author, month, or prompt, here is the first list of some the stories that stood out in our Writer Wednesday Blog Hop this year. Of course this is not a comprehensive list! There are way too many good ones to post them all–you’ll be reading here until next Christmas. However, we’re posting a second collection of stories next week!

If you have favorite story from the year, just submit it below via the blue frog by next Tuesday! Or you can message your hostess in the comments section. (You can find a list of ALL the stories HERE.)

We’ll kick off a fresh new year of prompts on Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 so stay tuned okay?

In the meantime, enjoy!

From the Middle of Nowhere by Tony Roberts

Midnight Visitors by Lyn C.

The Secret by Sally Stackhouse

Playing Emergency by Karen Knapp

A Prayer of Remembrance by Scott Taylor

At Least there’s Wine by Leanne Sype

Two Sweet Angels by Taini’s Writings (Tena Carr)

A Difficult Beginning by Heather Musk

With Time to Spare by C.R. Fowler

Hibbi by Debb Stanton

To Err is Embarrassing by Morgan Kellum

CrossWires by Janni Styles

Your turn! What would you like to say?