Practice makes Perfect
Written for OLWG#65
You never know who your friends are until you need someone to lean on.
If she squinted, just so, she could see the truth, see the gleam in his eye.
My editors suggest killing off underdeveloped characters.
This week’s prompts were:
- you never know who your friends are
- if she squinted, just so,
- the underdeveloped characters
Daily Prompt; Silent
She kept silent for reasons that don’t matter; today she spoke loudly.
I’m still playing with American Sentences.
Keep speaking out – make things change!
Daily Prompt; Planet
There’s a planet, Renee, tucked away – at the verge of the milky way.
It outshines the surrounding stars; trying, in vain, to summon her home.
I’ve been playing with American Sentences lately – too much fun!
Naked, sweating, entwined, there are no secrets between us anymore.
I place pen to paper, I wait for inspiration; I wait, I wait.
Staring into your eyes across the table… Like looking at the sun…
What? Another ultimatum? Really? You like this game this much?
My Manuscript, Final Draft
My blood – You see it there between the lines? Does it add to the story?
It was written in a little less than 25 minutes total.
The prompt this week was:
- American sentences