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Writing Exercise (a changeup)

I am currently out of ideas for characters and items to write about. I gave myself the weekend, and I am still drawing a blank with this exercise. Instead of trying to force the issue, or worse, ignore it altogether, … Continue reading

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Writing Exercise

Characters: Even heroes look forward to the weekend. She batted her eyelashes and tossed her handkerchief to the ground; I was in love. I ain’t ever seen a cowboy wear a pink hat before. His blinding speed, and precision strikes … Continue reading

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Writing Exercise

Characters: The gambler tilted his hat, and gave a wry smile just before he rolled the dice. The tribesmen were a primitive people, but I have never seen anyone learn our technology as fast as them, even when compared to … Continue reading

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Writing Exercise

I came across this post not too long ago talking about a writing exercise: http://ryanmdanks.com/?p=468 Instead of 10 sentences for characters, and 10 sentences for items, I am going to scale it back to 5 sentences each. I may forego … Continue reading

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