This week Ed Stockham made a video that could go with last week’s title prompt, friendly fire. Coincidence? Or could he secretly be an InMonster???
Check out this fantastic work by some official InMonsters while you ponder the possibility:
Chris (part 3 in his choose-your-own-adventure story!)
The glory of three-day weekends: resting on Sunday to write a ton on Monday. Also, I scored gold at two different Half Price Books sales: an illustrated Hobbit, a hardcover Dune (forty cents, baby!), a couple of Wodehouses (thanks, Anne, now I’m addicted), and more, including What If the Earth Had Two Moons? which I’ve been wondering for years.
So guess what. Chris is writing a choose-your-own men’s adventure serial with a touch of steampunk! Once you stop drooling, head over there to read part one, then read and vote on part two, which includes three of last week’s prompts.
Additional amazingness follows here:
I’m guest-posting over at Raina’s home base, Writer’s Club KL, going a bit more in-depth on a subject frequently discussed here: the power of storytelling. Check out the first installment here.
Computer troubles. Grumble grumble grumble. What is one to do?
Read, friends; we read.
There are none. Read the prompts, get inspired, write something. No word count minimum or maximum. You don’t have to include the exact prompt in your piece, and you can interpret the prompt(s) any way you like.
I think maybe the best days are the ones in which you are just happy for no particular reason. Of course, I have a million everyday reasons to be happy, but I don’t always feel the effects, if you know what I mean. I’ve just been in a good mood lately, and I’m so grateful for that.
Even when I realize I am dreaming, I can rarely think of anything cool to do in the dream. The other day I couldn’t dial my phone and realized I was dreaming, so all I did was try to wake up. Argh! What do y’all do in lucid dreams? Fly? Meet fictional characters? Or whatever random thing you can think of?