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!
225. Write a story using four L words: lipstick, lust, loss, locked.
Lust locked, lipstick lust. Lust, loss locked locked lipstick. Lust, lipstick, locked. Loss locked lust.
Lipstick lust locked loss. Lust? Locked? LUST? Lust? Lust? Lipstick loss lust locked.
Locked, Locked, LOCKED!
226. Write from the point of view of a literary character who changed your life.
I do wish people would understand the dynamics of my ‘mind palace’ and the importance of it. How do they expect the best detective in all of the UK do his utter most brilliant service to the Crown if they do not allow one to think!
It is all about elimination and time and thinking about the situation at hand. I wish Watson would sometimes understand that my said substance actually helps me to think better but whatever he will not know will not hurt the doctor. I pray you to think about everything said here and understand the power of deduction.
227. A vivid childhood memory from the child’s perspective
I can’t wait to get to the top of the climbing frame – move out the way other kid, I want to go down to the big slide next – oh my goodness its so big i don’t think I can do it. Hang on a second – weeeeeeeeeeeee!