Deal Me In 2014 – Week 2 Wrap-Up


Below are links to posts by participants that have been published since my last weekly wrap-up. (Most are participants’ 2nd short story but not all are – there is no formal deadline for when you read and post about your stories) If you wrote a post that I somehow missed, please let me know in the comments and I will promptly add the link in the body of this post. It also seems that a few who have signed on are treating the challenge as simply to read 52 stories this year. That’s fine too. I will still look for related posts from you and include in the weekly round-up.

I encourage everyone to check out their fellow participants’ posts – who knows what new authors or stories you might be led to, or what new reading ideas they might spark…

Katherine @Writerly Reader – Larry Bond’s “Expert Advice”

Hanne @Reading on Cloud 9 – Annie Proulx’s “Heart Songs”

Returning Reader – Alice Munro’s “The Bear Came Over the Mountain”

Candiss @ Read the Gamut – Octavia Butler’s “Speech Sounds”

Mannomoi @ Dilettante Artiste is in the midst of TheBout-of-Books Readathon. She read P.G. Wodehouse’s “Misunderstood” but I don’t think a post is up yet.

Dale @ Mirror with Clouds – Kurt Vonnegut’s “The Powder-Blue Dragon”

Jay (that’s me!) @ Bibliophilopolis – Frank Bill’s “Amphetamine Twitch”

See you next week!


  1. Jay said,

    January 13, 2014 at 7:53 am

    Sorry, I just now noticed I really jacked up these links. 🙂 working on fixing them now…


  2. Jay said,

    January 13, 2014 at 8:05 am

    Okay. I think I’ve got them fixed now. Sorry about the confusion, folks!


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