The theme is "Han shot first, But Time-Traveling Elvis shot second." How you build on that theme is up to you. This is the Second Last Blogfest Challenge, so time's a runnin' out.
The latest entry is from Andrew Leon, and it's equally as good as the others. Called
The Other Bounty Hunter of Ord Mantell,
“How we doin'?” Han yelled from where he was pinned down behind a bunch of crates. Blaster fire splattered off the other side of the stack, and he ducked down even farther.
“Same as always!” Luke responded from behind his own stack of crates. “At least Leia got the droids to the Falcon!”
Read the whole entry here. Andrew is the author of the excellent novel The House On The Corner, an evocative, thrilling story about growing up in the early 80s... in a world where trolls are real and other dimensions exist and you might just be a magician. Buy that book here. (Seriously. Go buy it.)
Other entrants: Rusty Webb's begins:
McGillicutty’s bar is my favorite place on earth. And Greedo from Star Wars is my hero. Those are pretty much the only two things I have an opinion about. Funny, until last week, all I knew was that I loved my bar. The Greedo thing was something that never crossed my mind.
Read the whole entry here.
Rusty wrote A Dead God's Wrath, a Civil War era novel in which dead gods are around, and they are wrathful, and the book itself, while short, is one you cannot put down. Buy that here.
And PT Dilloway's clever entry is here. PT is hard at work on his upcoming Tales Of The Scarlet Knight superhero book, but has lots of great books and short story collections on sale here.