It's time to get our FIFTH collective story up and running!

Hey there, friends, readers and writers!

I can't believe have great our fourth collective story turned out and, as promised, I'm lauching a fifth one which I hope you'll want to hop on and contribute to. If you haven't read our first four stories, you can check them out now. There is a straight story, a lesbian story, a bi/transgender story and a straight/bi story. In that order. Here are the links

* Jill's Hawaiian Vacation: https://noveltrove.com/story/253/jill-s-hawaiian-vacation

* My New Roommate: https://noveltrove.com/story/1795/my-new-roommate

* It Was a Dark Night: https://noveltrove.com/story/2058/it-was-a-dark-night

* Happy New Year, New York City!: https://noveltrove.com/story/2230/happy-new-year-new-york-city

And now this is how it works. I'll write an intro... the first few paragraphs, and then, anybody who feels inspired can hop on and continue the story. In our first four stories, I always came back at the end to finish the story, edit and correct it before I published it in the noveltrove story section with everybody's name in the opening, but if somebody else has an idea for an ending, that's fine, too. Of course, let's not end the story after two or three lines! Haha! Let's keep it going as close as we can to the deadline. Yeah, 'cause for our last two stories, I set a time limit and I think that was a good idea. So we'll do that again this time, too.

Anybody who is a noveltrove member can enter and write segments until February 28th, 2019. After that, if we haven't reached a conclusion yet, I'll hop back on and create an ending, and again, bring our story to a plausible (let's hope) and pleasurable (let's hope even more) ending. :)

By the way, as I always say, you don't have to be the best author in the world to participate. Just write a few lines that contribute to the story, keeping in mind what has been written by the previous contributors. Have fun, use your imagination, and trust me to edit for spelling or grammar, etc... Don't worry and just do it!

So... is everybody ready? Here we go!

Tristan LeMay, author xx

(Posted Jan 16, 2019)