Monthly Archives: February 2014

Wordless Wednesday #8


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Scene Starter #28


In the heart of the trackless Sahara, two nomads come across a suitcase. Inside they find … Tasty bread requires a good starter. Let this scene starter help you cook up some new ideas so your writing rises up full … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday #7


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The Dance


This is a little tidbit that I wrote while bored in my English Literature class, and I thought that I would share. It doesn’t have anything to do with any scene starters or anything like that. The words, the music, … Continue reading

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Scene Starter #27


In the distance, shots were fired. It was time to leave home. Sometimes your writing gets stuck. Let this scene starter be a little push to get things rolling so when you get to the bottom of the page the … Continue reading

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Aircraft Delays


[This #1667 Words entry is by Penny Higgins.] I arrived at the airport a half hour earlier than I had expected. I had planned for snow-covered roads and treacherous driving, but as it was, the slow-downs were minor. I arrived at … Continue reading

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Do you know how to live?


[This #1667 Words entry is by Zack Vandermeulen.] You ask me if I know how to live and I can answer you that I have. I have lived as a man, as a woman, as a king and as a pauper. … Continue reading

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Timeline


[Our next #1667 Words entry is by James Jude.] Leo sat under the ugly florescent lights in the common area of Park Psychiatric, staring at Patrick. He should never had made that deal with him all those years ago. All it … Continue reading

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Rum Ball Blues


[This #1667 Words entry is by Kyle Schewe.] What could’ve been a pleasant evening, with burgeoning romance, had gone all wrong. And he found himself alone. Again. How did this always happen? Tiril was holding the box of chocolates in his … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday #6


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