Excelsior! ‘X’ #AtoZChallenge

I’m posting an Alliterative Story with the A to Z Challenge letter of the day. I’ve also posted a few Alliterative stories or sensible poems by other authors from a separate free challenge I hosted. You can join in the fun by going to THIS POST to read the challenge authors’ pieces and vote in comments for your favorites in by tomorrow! Winner announced on April 30th, so hurry and vote NOW.

Exili’s excellent and exceptionally exquisite examination of extractions of Exavier’s ex-wife exhumed from Exeter was extra exhilarating when Exili’s exposure of an exotic exoskeleton exacted an extension for exploration to exhibit her exterior existence and exonerate Exavier, excluding him from execution.

The expedient executive who exerted expressions to extinguish Exavier by expounding on his extreme excuses as exhausting and exacerbating was expelled and excommunicated from the exercise for the extent of his explanations’ exorbitant extrapolations and exalted exaggerations.

“Excelsior!” Exili exuded.

Exavier exited the experience and exhaled.

by Sheri J. Kennedy, All Rights Reserved

10 thoughts on “Excelsior! ‘X’ #AtoZChallenge”

    1. hehe, Thanks! I also got to give a nod to my author-friend Victoria’s character Exili from her Exili’s Excellent Elucidation Services series. I was delighted. 😀 She’s at a conference so hasn’t seen it yet.

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    1. I was definitely nervous as X approached and then I suddenly realized alliteration is about the sound of the letters, so decided to do EX words. I did stay true to my imposed rule to use only one letter type to make the sounds, so skipped words like ecstasy even though they are alliterative. So we still got a lot of X’s! Thanks for appreciating my efforts!! 😀

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