Wednesday, April 25, 2012

V, W, X, Y, Z: All at once!

Well, it's mid-week of the last week of the A-Z, and if it were scrabble, we'd be in the 10-point letter range.

So let me play all these letters at once, on a triple word red square. I will cheat, and use a sentence, rather than a single word. Here goes, for the April A-Z Challenge...



Valerie's azure eyes widened in exhilaration.



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Eric W. Trant is a published author of several short stories and the novel Out of the Great Black Nothing. He is currently represented by Debrin Case at Open Heart Publishing. See more of Eric's work here: Publications

8 comments:

Roland D. Yeomans said...

V wasn't hard for me: good old Victor to the rescue. Y ... no, it will not be Yodeling! Yeomans~ Why not, right?

Great way to tie up all the remaining letters, Eric. Roland

farawayeyes said...

What a great idea. I'm so fried with A to Z, I wish I had thought of that first.

Oh, ah, underwear - what a fun word. I'll have to use it more often.

Nice to meet you Eric.

Donna Hole said...

LOL: I'm seeing lots of tired of A-Z going around.

Love the sentence.

Have a good week Eric :)

.......dhole

Anne Gallagher said...

Great job. I didn't do the A-Z the first 3 years, and now I know why. I think by the time 'P' rolls around we're done, or wish we were.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Very clever sentence, Eric.

Nancy Thompson said...

Love a man who gets right down to business! I'm a new follower via the A to Z. (#200 yay!) Wish I'd found your blog earlier. ZBetter late than never though.

Shannon King said...

Great way to end this challenge...thanks for sharing...visiting via the A to Z Challenge...blessings

Michael Di Gesu said...

Clever...

And I felt guilty grouping two together... fun.