Tag: writing prompts

A Love that Will Not Die

A Love that Will Not Die

You may have noticed that I recently catalogued my hard drive and found a bunch of old writing to post. This will be the last of my discoveries for awhile, but I think it’s a good one. This little scene once again addresses Kail “Kith” Wentworth’s particular obsession where Domerin is involved. It comes from …

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Meet Ves, AKA Reaper

Meet Ves, AKA Reaper

Our trip to England was a chance to meet some friends who had only been online acquaintances up until that point. Which turned out to be awesome, since they introduced us to their other geeky friends and even invited us to join their table top role playing group. While we were in England, the group …

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I Miss the Girl You Were

I Miss the Girl You Were

I first encountered this prompt on Tumblr. The full prompt is: “I miss the girl you were.” “Many will. She was easier to kill.” The moment I read it, I thought of Cazella and this is the result. . . . He recognized her the moment his eyes fell on her; the woman with the …

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Top Six Prompts from the First Year

Top Six Prompts from the First Year

On the thirty-first of July, 2015, I posted my first ever writing prompt. It kicked off a weekly tradition of taking time to write for myself, for fun, for practice and for personal development. Today I wrote prompt number ninety – hard to believe I’ve done that many! I’ve had a lot of fun responding …

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