Collaborative Writing Challenge

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
― Helen Keller


CWC's second collaboration.

This story has pushed the boundaries of collaborative fiction to it's limits. It is written in third person and jumps between the past, one of the main characters account of her life, and the dramatic present. 

This story is hotly anticipated by not only the writers themselves, but by avid CWC fans curious to see what our writers have produced this time.

Set in early 1920s London, this is a beautiful tale of secrets, loss, and lies. But the truth always comes out in the end, whether forthcoming or forced.

Madame Lockridge bares her soul to young Angelina, whose own life is dramatically changed by what she learns while typing her employers sensational memoirs. Her goal to publish the book leads her both to Henry, a new love, and a family she never knew she had. Thrust among spies, assassins, theft, and more in a time of jazz and soirees, will Angelina ever get what she really wants?

This collaboration began in February, 2015, and took eight months to complete. It you’re a fan of collaborative fiction, or even a skeptic, you will want to read this book!