Chapter Ten: The Truth

TuppenceTuppence City of London, United Kingdom admin
edited July 2014 in Write Your Own Christie
We've finally arrived at Chapter Ten, the final chapter in our collaborative writing competition. We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has entered so far, as well as those of you who have been reading the story and chatting in the forum. We've seen some brilliant entries and twisting plots - now all that remains is to discover who our murderer is...

Leave your thoughts, queries, questions and theories here.

Has anyone thought of a good title yet?

For anyone struggling with this all-important chapter, make sure you read our latest writers' tips article by best-selling crime novelist, Sophie Hannah.
Any questions? Please email generalenquiries@agathachristie.com
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  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭
    For a title I'm thinking:

    The Jigsaw Murders
    or
    Puzzling Over Murder

    ~O)

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭
    I have a fantastic song in mind that would be a great wrap-up for the Write Your Own Christie Competition: the Adagio of Spartacus by Khachaturian.

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




  • GKCfanGKCfan Wisconsin, United States mod
    Everybody, please remember that the final entry is due TODAY.  There are less than fourteen hours left to submit your entry.  This is your last chance to enter the competition– good luck to everybody!
  • AdamRLevineAdamRLevine California, United States Investigator

    For a title I'm thinking:

    The Jigsaw Murders
    or
    Puzzling Over Murder

    ~O)
    I second these titles. A jigsaw puzzle is a wonderful metaphor for solving a crime.
  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭
    Thank you very much, Adam!

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




  • TuppenceTuppence City of London, United Kingdom admin
    To everyone who entered Write Your Own Christie Chapter 10:

    The judges are still deliberating over the winning chapter for this final month. The competition is tough and they are hoping to announce the winner tomorrow (1st August).

    Apologies for the delay and thank you again to everyone who has entered and supported the competition. We've read some fantastic plot twists and seen some brilliant characters.

    Not long now before the murderer is revealed...
    Any questions? Please email generalenquiries@agathachristie.com
  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭
    Thank you, Tuppence!

    ~O)

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




  • TuppenceTuppence City of London, United Kingdom admin
    Dear writers and readers,

    The winner for the final chapter of Write Your Own Christie 2013 has been announced.

    Any questions? Please email generalenquiries@agathachristie.com
  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭
    Well done, Roger!

    ~O)

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




  • Pat_septemberPat_september Gauteng, South Africa ✭✭✭

    Thank you to the Agatha Christie Team for organizing the Write Your Own Christie Competition  and to the Judges for reading all the entries and mostly for their positive comments on the winning chapters!
    I really enjoyed participating in this competition! I loved the thrill of creating chapter after chapter and discovering how much I can push myself. Writing ten chapters was no easy job, but it definitely left me wanting to write some more!


    ~O)

    Please leave a Review for my entry in the Kindle Storyteller 2017 Contest - Read for free with Kindle Unlimited: Joyful Trouble - Based on the true story of a dog enlisted in the Royal Navy.




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