CSB Chain of Madness Volunteer List!

Squirrels: This Time It’s Personal | A CSB Chain Story Event!

  1. SarahPart 1
  2. Green EmbersPart 2
  3. EllespethPart 3
  4. Helen Midgley – Part 4
  5. Sknicholls – Part 5
  6. Dean Part 6
  7. John W. Howell Part 7
  8. Hazy Shades of Me – Part 8
  9. Treyzguy Part 9
  10. Kori MillerPart 10
  11. Marie Ann BaileyPart 11
  12. belle.beckford –Part 12
  13. LindaGHill – Part 13
  14. Briana Vedsted – Part 14
  15. Rarasaur – Part 15
  16. Howanxious – Part 16
  17. Grampus – Part 17
  18. The Final Part: Prologue
  19. The Final Part: Wine and Cheese

Reminder of the Rules

  1. There is a 1,000 word maximum.  The only exceptions are the starter by Sarah and the finale by Charles.
  2. When it is your turn, post the story section on your blog and NOT the CSB.
  3. Start your section with ‘continued from’ and put a link to the previous section.
  4. End your section with ‘to be continued by’ and put a link to a volunteer of your choosing.  If you can’t figure out the link back then leave them a comment on their blog.  Last volunteer will link to the CSB.
  5. Keep the title created by Sarah the same, but add Part 1-20 (whichever part you are) to help people read the story in order.
  6. Have fun and don’t feel obligated to imitate the previous person.  We each have our own style and part of the fun is getting our styles to work together.  If you want to put a magical twist on it and can do so in the context of what was given to you then go right ahead.  It’s all in good fun.

That’s everything.  Thank you to all of the volunteers and feel free to ask questions if you have any.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.

25 comments on “CSB Chain of Madness Volunteer List!

  1. Whew! I’m so glad I’m not until number 17. OMG! what have i done? 😛

  2. I’d like to thank the Writers guild for selecting me and look forward to letting you down…LOL

  3. I’m excited. This should be great fun! 🙂

  4. Hello! I may have missed this somewhere, but how long do we have to post our part, once we’ve been passed the torch?

  5. Can we get a list of the links to the parts posted here, so we don’t have to go searching all around WordPress for them? Maybe here in the comments section of this post?

  6. OMG, squirrels and bears and middle earth giants, I only just survived, lol 🙂

  7. This has been so much fun! We should do it again.

  8. Ah! I’m so late. Sorry, all, my turn just ended up on a weird work week! I’ll be posting mine by 9/14 at night, promise. I just read the story through… haha, it’s awesome. 😀

  9. […] you need to catch up, follow along at the Community Storyboard, or start at the […]

  10. […] is my turn to write something for the CSB Chain Story. To be continued from Part XV by […]

  11. Hello! Help! I’ve written my portion of the story and I can’t get it to link to what came before and what came after. Any advice?

  12. […] What is the Chain Story? In case you missed it, you can read about it here! […]

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