WELCOME, WRIMOS! And VisDare regulars, and anyone else who has stopped by to see what the Triple VisDare is all about —– welcome, welcome, welcome!!!

For the third year in a row, in honor of NaNoWriMo, I am doing a special series of Visual Dare challenges that happen ONLY during the month of November. This involves posting THREE semi-related photos for my writing friends to use in their caffeine/sugar/NaNo-fueled wordmongering. It’s my hope that this special flash fiction series will challenge my friends to push their boundaries and write in directions they’ve never considered before.

The rules for this are ALMOST the same as any other VisDare, but with a few small – yet significant – twists.

Triple VisDare Rules:

Use whichever photo you like for your VisDare.
OR

Use TWO of the photos of your choosing as a combined prompt.
OR

Use ALL THREE of the photos as a combined prompt.
BONUS POINTS if you can use the prompt(s) in your current NaNoWriMo work-in-progress.
ENTRIES POSTED TO THIS SITE MUST BE 300 words – or less. <<< EXTENDED WORD COUNT JUST FOR THE NOVEMBER 3VisD!!!

Post entry to your blog and “link in” using the link tool below.

(You are welcome to use these prompts as you wish, but if you link
to this site, I ask that you keep it PG for my junior high students, 
who like to frequent my site. With this in mind, please do not link entries 
that contain erotica or graphic violence.)
No blog? Post your 300 words in the comments below.
DON’T FORGET to read and comment on others’ entries!!

And absolutely FEEL FREE to display the VisDare badge on your site if you participate!
All I ask is that you use it to link back to this site.
(Badge posted below.)

Sound good?? Ready for some NaNoWriMo wordmongering in VisDare style?
THEN HERE YA GO. 3VisD #1!!!

If you participate in the VisDare, feel free to add this little badge to your site! Link it back to the Anonymous Legacy home page (or directly to the VisDare challenge you chose to participate in), and claim your corner of the VisDare family!!!

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