Tag Archive | notecard stories

The Stolen Necklace, Card #10

It’s all done, and somehow it’s nice to finish a story. As for the end product, I’ll probably gift it to someone for their birthday or something. How interesting and fun would it be to have a whole room of letters and packages all written together in a grand story! Sort of like playing Escape Room, but having a Story Room instead. Maybe someday. ¬†Happy Reading!

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The Stolen Necklace, Notecard #4

This week’s notecard is from Dorian Tolliver. He’s more competent than I expected, but uses stamps and symbols for no reason, which is why perhaps his sister and Charlotte have trouble taking him seriously. Big question: Does he have a thing for Charlotte, or is he just playing the gentleman?

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The Stolen Necklace, Notecard #3

So far I haven’t chosen to make any replies to the first couple of notecards, but I want to do that in the future, and the next card, I think, will be a response from Charlotte’s friend, Juniper. We also have yet to hear from Dorian Tolliver or Lord Dovecoat and could do with more from Aunt Amelia. The last note, I want to be short and either a surprise or something poetic and sweet. Seven more cards to go, though, so we’ll see. I like Rose a lot, but she and her brother seem like they would always be getting into trouble. The hard part is going to be making it a complete story. Stories are extremely easy to start, but ending them well, and especially short stories… uff da. Well, it’s good practice.

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