Writing Prompt

Not much time.

Writing Prompt - You’re a nurse doing the daily checks for a coma patient of nearly 10 years. Suddenly she grabs your arm, fully alert, and tells you to listen, quick, she doesn’t have much time.

Why I write, ha!

Why I write. Because kidnapping people and forcing them to act out your interesting make-believe worlds is technically illegal. Although there are other reasons, This one takes the cake! I'm just kidding!

Ink blot test.

Patient at a mental hospital sees disturbing messages in the ink blots. No one believes the warnings.

story inspiration

The High Space Marines, always trying to stop the empire from filling the graveyards.

So true!!!!!!!

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Guilty!  I've just about decided upon a soundtrack for my novel's film adaption even though I'm not even published yet. XD

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"You are a writer. The 'normal' ship sailed without you long ago." ~Terri Main

"You are a writer. The 'normal' ship sailed without you long ago." ~Terri Main -- SO TRUE!

"You better have a license for this," Callie stammered. "Not exactly," Adrik responded.

Learner’s permit.

"I don't have a license to kill. I have a learner's permit." " so what you can only kill with direct supervision?

FlowWriting is an interesting concept and one I have perhaps inadvertently, practised for many years - good to see it being taken up and promoted.

“I write to give myself strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I’m afraid of.” — Joss Whedon (via jesperbylund)

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