Reader Submissions: Twitter Novels 

In conjunction with a story on Terry Taylor, a local man writing a novel on Twitter — 140 characters at a time (“Tweet, You're Dead,” News & Features, July 8) — we asked readers to submit one-Tweet novels. Here are some that came into our feed @StyleWeekly, marked by the “#RVANovel” hashtag:

He rose 2 power on a messiani cloud of hope. The beginning of sorrows. Months turned to years, change never came. — Noah_O

“Why? There is a discernible clicking in the mind that is silent after a murder,” Leo said. “That pretty much explains it.” — jscupi

His sweaty palms slid his last token into the machine and he pulled the lever. On the 2nd reel, he blanched. By the 3rd, he bled. — neccowafers

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