Kill Your Darlings! – Game Status Check

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader

 

Red Game

Players:
Obsidian Blue
Team Tannat/Familiar Diversions
Jennifer’s Books
Reading is my ESCAPE

Suspect: Unknown
Victim: Unknown
Cause of Death: Unknown
Crime Scene: Unknown

 

Green Game

Players:
Debbie’s Spurts
Tea, Rain, Books
Team Themis/MBD & Lillelara
Night Time Reading Center

Suspect: Unknown
Victim: Unknown
Cause of Death: Unknown
Crime Scene: Unknown

 

Yellow Game

Players:
BrokenTune
Isanythingopen
Darth Pony
Emerjas
Hooked On Books
Witty Little Knitter

Suspect: Unknown
Victim: Unknown
Cause of Death: Unknown
Crime Scene: Unknown

 

Round 1 closes Saturday, March 3 at 5:00!

It’s not too late to sign up through Friday, March 2. Additional sign-ups may necessitate adding another game and/or shuffling players.

 

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