16 comments on “UVB-76 Intelligence Memorandum

    • haven’t thought about a book…yet. On to November’s challenge! Hehe Glad you liked it Pru!

  1. Jamie,

    A fantastic entry that is as dependent upon its form as it is its content. I love it when stories are told through non-traditional means, such as this. You should be proud of the authenticity of the piece as well as the amazing writing it took to produce it. Fantastic!

    • I was torn thinking this really wasn’t a “story” and almost didn’t submit! I thought the format unique and I am always drawn to unique *cough* *cough* Rance :-P

    • Thanks, Melissa. Coming from you, I am honored! I cannot keep up with you, but you sure do give me loads of encouragement…you and Nancy!

  2. I love it! What a unique way to tell a story. It was riveting In spite of the “factual” presentation. Surely the most interesting memorandum I’ve ever read. :-)

    • Hi, Daniel! Thanks for commenting and you are right, truth is stranger than fiction! Especially when the truth is fiction! LOL

  3. Nicely done, Jamie! I love stories written in the form of documents, letters, etc. Oddly enough, I’m not sure I’ve ever written one myself. Hmm…

    Very good work, and congratulations again on your first sale. What a way to start things off!

  4. GOOD STUFF, I’M GLAD THAT YOUR MOM AND I HAD SOMTHING TO DO WITH THIS MASS KNOWLEDGE OF FICTION. LOVE MOM AND DAD, I THINK.

  5. I thought the story really came through, even though the format was a memo (and maybe ‘especially’ because it was a memo). Your unique layout really set your story apart from the others. Great idea!

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