WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 10/02/2021

Congratulations to Caitlin Loggins for being the first to answer : Jax and his gas caused the CARBON MONOXIDE detector to go off. 

According to last week’s issue of WritersWeekly, what noxious problem (besides the obvious) did Jax’s gas cause during the camping trip??

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One Response to "WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 10/02/2021"

  1. Ell  October 4, 2021 at 6:54 am

    Hello from a new subscriber! I enjoyed reading about the camping trip. Pizza ’round the campfire sounds awfully good! I would answer the trivia question by referring to Jax’s penchant for unknowingly setting off the CO detector, thereby creating a mystery that would eventually lead to a revelation for the author: CO detectors CAN be triggered by dog farts – or as my granddaughter refers to them for their ability to assault target nasal passages stealthily and unseen: fog darts. : )
    Thank you for such a valuable resource!