Tuesday, April 3, 2012

A to Z challenge: C!

So, my approach to the A-Z challenge is this:  Write a story using only words which begin with letters we've 'passed.' So, in other words, on day one I can use words which start with A, on day two it's words which start with A, or B, etc.

The goal here?  Silliness. Enjoy!

Day 3: C

A - Alan Adkinson attacked Alicia’s alabaster angel at Akron Academy. Afterwards, Alicia admitted attacking aggressively augmented Alan’s attractiveness. Alicia accepted Alan’s advances, and, after an adventure, Alan’s artless attiude.

B - Betty Boswell, bored and bitter behind Berkshire’s accounting arm, accidentally acquired Alicia’s alabaster angel. Bedeviled by aforementioned accursed angel, Betty began Alan’s annihilation by arranging an attack against Alicia and Akron!

C - Careful contemplation communicates certain conundrums: Could Alicia’s alabaster angel cause Betty Boswell’s baneful attitude? Certainly! Alicia’s angel actually contained a bound air creature; cruel, angry, and bitter. Bound constructs (as Alicia’s angel) actually commonly corrupt capable adults. (Beware both angel carvings and alabaster containers.) Betty, bound and controlled, behaved accordingly.

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4 comments:

KarenG said...

Interesting approach LOL!

Nice to meet you, and welcome to the Challenge!

KarenG
A to Z Challenge Host

Angela Brown said...

It takes a serious handle on vocabulary to come up with sentences with words that begin with only a letter or two of the alphabet. This is both silliness and ingenious.

caramiaamore said...

I still think this is a very fun approach to the challenge! Looking forward to seeing where the story goes off to.

And it is starting to remind me of Dr. Who, with alabaster angels containing creatures.

Cara

Sarah Pearson said...

Oh yes, it's definitely flowing easier for you now isn't it?

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