#BlogBattle Stories: Shift

How is it almost the end of the month and I haven’t shared this #Blogbattle Stories post yet? You’ll want to read these stories for SHIFT (and there’s still five days to add your own to the list!). Enjoy some fiction and meet some new and new-to-you authors. ❤



April 2019 Blog Battle Entries

Updated Daily

“I, Ozymandias” by Rawgod

“Shift” by Anita Dawes

“The Fire Mage” by The Dark Netizen

“Shift” by M. J. Hudon

“Pearl Barley and the Seven Gnomes (Oh and a Stone Frog)” by Geoff Lepard

“A Mum Working the Baby Night Shift” by Marian Wood

But, But, But…” & “The Senior’s Menu” by Lisa R Palmer

“Deceptive Appearnaces” by A. E. Branson

“Experiment 16” by S. C. Jensen

Non-fic “Ascension of Love Consciousness” by T. J. Bego

“A Policy Shift” by Bryntin

“Crumbs” by Mark Huntley-James

“Sacrificed Purpose” by Joy E. Rancatore

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7 thoughts on “#BlogBattle Stories: Shift”

    1. I’m so sorry, Rakayle! I think my WP had a big issue with notifcations over the last couple weeks and I had no idea! I’m getting caught up on all the ones I missed, and yours was in the mix too. So sorry about that! Getting your story up ASAP and will be sharing too. ❤


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