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Originally posted by northernwriter northernwriter wrote:

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Group 13: Romance/ a circus/ coffee beans

On the Wings of Anteros

Two mice share a coffee in Piccadilly Circus

First attempt at romance and my cold dark heart can’t write romance between humans. So I went with mice.

I used an animal for my MC last year and scored 2nd in my heat! It was fun. Looking forward to reading this.

-Alex
I don’t think I’ll have the same result - I’m not sure it’s even remotely romance. :)
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Hi everyone - first ever NYC Midnight challenge, first ever forum post. *waves enthusiastically*

Group 15 here: Thriller / Attic / Egg Yolk (egg yolk?!):


WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN?

A woman, trapped alone in an empty attic, must figure out whether the greatest threats lie beyond the locked door, or inside her own mind.
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Originally posted by kmcmillan1008 kmcmillan1008 wrote:

Originally posted by fiberopticduck fiberopticduck wrote:

Group 17: Drama / Police Station / Brownie

DOUGHNUTS

In the aftermath, a policeman's wife struggles to come to terms with his death.


I'm coming to realise my loglines are so boring! 


I'm in your group and oddly enough mine also contains a policeman's wife whose husband died! I'm excited to read yours! 


Shocked whoa! Synchronicity!! I'm excited to read yours! I love seeing how different people interpret the prompts.
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Group 35.  Spy/ Lookout/ Headphones

        Shaken

A deaf shut-in makes a heroic attempt to connect to the outside world.
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Group 27: Romantic Comedy, A costume party, A record player

This, Our Camelot

When love is strong, there is no more congenial spot than a hospital waiting room.
Read my screenplay titled This, Our Camelot

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