NaNoWriMo 2019: My Final Challenge

It’s day 30, I had just finished an epic short story yesterday and needed something new to write for my final day (complete the 30 day writing streak).

So in the NaNoWriMo Yorkshire region, we have our own series of WOTD, with two options presented every day, an easy option, and a challenging option.

So what better final challenge for my 30th day straight of writing? Use them all in a single short story. It seems a sufficiently difficult challenge, but I know others have done it before.

Here are the words that must be included:

CrowdCrowAlternate
LiminalAbateHegemony
FrameSnarlDrive
ObstreperousVulpeculatedCharette
DeliberateBootCup
InternecineSuperfluousRime
GeniusCoreCross
ParadigmSalutaryGallimaufry
BunchWoundRest
SubornNadirUmbrage
BurnKitSave
ImmolatePerniciousSempiternal
GameshotRun
GeliddiffuseCaissons
SlateWearCrown
CongeriesSuccourLimn
ShiftChartDeed
CampestralMeretriciousSaponification
MissPoreBook
ParoxysmJejuneZenith

And so, I set out with a shaky idea for a story, and have spent a few hours today writing it, it was slow going – people are clearly not speaking plain English, and in some places it’s a little forced. However, it is done. Complete. Challenge done.

And now I’m going to share it – it is unedited, served a purpose, and missed the mark of my original intention, (was going to make it feel like an 80’s comedy, and it went in a whole other direction, and I forgot the funny). But this is proof, that all those words can fit into a single story, (and warning it’s 5.282 words long):

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