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Sunday, August 26, 2007

Bull Creek by Sean Elwood - post author Don

Attention Discussion Board regulars! Let it be known that our favorite moderator muppet is now Dr. Muppet. When you get a chance, congratulate Dr. Newcomer. Let me be the first to say, “But, you’re not a real Doctor…”

As you all know, earlier this month we had the One Week Challenge wherein participants were asked to write a 15 page thriller that takes place on or around a boat. We had over 40 entries, of which 35 fit within the parameters of the challenge. The fine folks over at were kind enough to select one script out of the group to be recorded. The script selected is about four teenagers stranded on an old houseboat while being hunted by one of the world’s most dangerous underwater predators. That script was Bull Creek, written by Sean Elwood (aka Zombie Sean). You can listen to the mp3 of the script by clicking here. You can read along with the pdf version of the script here.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the One Week Challenge. Without a doubt, this was the best Challenge yet in terms of the quality of the scripts and the wide interpretation of the theme. You can take a look at the “writer’s choices” – scripts that the participants in the challenge thought were of merit – on the discussion board – Don

1 Comments so far


Lori Gardiner
September 7th, 2007 at 8:20 pm

Very interesting website and useful. May join your site at a later date. Thanks! L.

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