Question Roulette

Question Roulette – nostalgic eyes, forgotten love and dinner with friends… 

Three years ago i bought a book in Tampa which is meant to be a great for creative like minds and for the past three years I have made it my New Years Resolution to complete it. The book is called 642 Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers Grotto. I never got round to writing many of them so what’s a better way then getting through them then writing a few as an article each week! Enjoy!
84. Write a scene on which a person is leaving a restaurant with her husband and bumps into a former lover. What words are exchanged or not exchanged? What do her body positions say? 

She stares at David, David stares back at Clare with her lips slightly parted and her eyes big and wiped over with nostalgia. She forgets for a moment she is standing next to her husband Clive as memories start to flash back in front of her. The love her and David once had, the moment he told her he loved her, the moment they moved in together, their first kiss, their first time together, the heartache he caused when he walked out the door and left her broken hearted.

She then realised she is back in the room and looks at Clive and realise she has the best guy in her life and feels grateful for that.

85. Go out to dinner with a friend, and as soon as you get home, write in that persons voice. Begin with something the person said. 

Holzita Bonita it’s so great to see you! You know life is so great, you know life is fantastic and I feel like I am Learning something new everyday. It’s a great way to develop your skills in life love and self development

86. The presidents personal to do list 

– phone to apologise

– organise tonight’s meal

– sign something

– set up a conference call

– organise a photo shoot

87. The general manager of the New York Yankees personal to do list 

– keep the coach happy

– make sure ticket sales rise

– bring home the cup
88. A powerful Hollywood agents personal to do list 

– phone calls

– phone calls

– meeting

– phone calls

– phone calls

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