Tag: writing prompts

She is Known

She is Known

This is my final (for now) attempt at a describe your character twice (once to fall in love and once to be repelled). I went back to writing from a different character’s perspective because I thought it worked better. I actually think this might be the weakest of the three (odd since you’d think I’d …

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The Kantis Legend – 200 Word Tuesday

The Kantis Legend – 200 Word Tuesday

This week, I’m sharing a little something different. (I know, I know, I’m sharing something that says 200 Tuesday on a Friday, how bizarre!) Every Friday I participate in a hashtag game on Twitter known as Friday Phrases. Every week the lovely MusaeMosaic posts a theme and everyone submits a bit of microfiction that fits …

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Do What the Witch Tells You

Do What the Witch Tells You

This is actually a direct sequel to the scene I wrote for I Trust Your Judgement, and has been on my list for a long time. (It also technically breaks my rule about only writing one Domerin scene in five, but the last one wasn’t technically about Domerin so I went ahead and did it …

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Who Should I Be Today?

Who Should I Be Today?

This is something of a call-back to the first prompt I ever wrote (which starts with the same line). I thought it would make an interesting juxtaposition since Cazella and Silkfoot achieve basically the same thing via two drastically different methods. Cazella makes herself into the person she thinks others want her to be by …

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Robin is Really Smart

Robin is Really Smart

This was a random sequence that popped into my head one day and stuck around. Sometimes these are my favorite kind of scenes to write. This may not be a defining moment in Domerin’s life, nor even in Robin’s, but it is certainly one that Domerin lingers over when he thinks of his experience with …

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Lady of the Night

Lady of the Night

This is another of those describe your characters twice exercises. (Once to fall in love and once to be repulsed.) I did this one a little different than the last one, writing it from the character’s perspective (once where she is loved and once where she is repulsed). I’m not sure it worked as well, …

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