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Day 3: Pre 1950

Day 3: Write A Story That Takes Place Pre-1950

About Dean

My name is Dean Kealy and I live in Ireland. I am freelance writer/content creator.

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  1. My story begins in New York. It was a time of Gangsters and Prohibition.
    There were a lot of speakeasy’s in town and Gayle and Nessie went on a Friday night.
    They were both very impressed with the room, music, and all the people that were there.
    They both did not know that they were serving alcohol. Only then, did they realize
    what makes this place so popular.
    The ladies both met really nice gentlemen. The first few dates went well. After that, things
    just started going downhill. They would show up smelling like a brewery. Their tempers
    came soon after.
    Gayle and Nessie never expected the guys to turn out that way. They decide to go to another place for the weekend night, but Jeff and Mike kept following them around.
    Every time they were asked to dance Jeff and Mike were right there harassing the other guys.
    They ended up following the guys around after closing time! After a while, they went inside
    a known gangster’s house. So, they had plenty of time to talk and they decided to leave town the next day. They stayed up late packing, and first thing, they called the movers and left town.

    I apologize for this,
    just came off the top of my head.
    Amanda S. Hugs xoxoxo

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  3. […] more. (Sigh.) Regardless, the Community Storyboard Creative Writing Challenge continues with this day 3 Prompt: Write a story set before 1950. A of course cheated and used a chapter opener that she wrote last […]

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