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Dec. 8th, 2008


Been using this wonderful little website : lab.drwicked.com/writeordie.html where you set the timer, how many words you wanna write (if you have a limit you wanna reach - apparently wonderful for NaNoWriMo). Then there are three different punishments. Light - It gives you a prompt box gently prodding you to keep writing. Normal - it plays different annoying songs and sounds (among the worse are a violin screeching, babies crying and being Rick-Roll'd). Kamikaze mode - and here's where it gets fun - deletes your stuff if you stop writing. You set a grace period and get started. I've been slowly increasing the amount I write in ten minutes, and actually, I like what I wrote today. It's nameless.

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Nov. 3rd, 2008

30 Prompt challenge

Doing this as a practice for writing - writing about a pairing of a human girl and a demon placed as her guardian for community service.

001.Evidence 002.I'm here 003.Funeral 004.Puppy love 005.Gloves
006.Blackboard 007.Muse 008.Magic 009.Clean 010.Secret
011.Superstition 012.Fantasy 013.Test 014.Tease 015.Storm
016.Strawberries 017.Weapon 018.Beach 019.Lost 020.Cry
021.Aloof 022.Blood 023.Tower Block 024.Taxi 025.Search
026.Writer's Choice 027.Writer's Choice 028.Writer's Choice 029.Writer's Choice 030.Writer's Choice

Got this table from the 100_prompt community. =3

Feb. 3rd, 2008

Lord Nicholas Cruegar

As part of creative writing this week, groups of three or four got a magazine clipping with a face on it. We got a clip of a rather spoiled looking prince. From there, we had to characterize the character, and then write for three or four scenarios. I haven't gotten started on the fourth, because that one was supposed to have been come up with the help of our group.

Anyway, here are the three I have so far, with the prompts that started them:

Please comment on each of the three seperately, or at least put 'Scenario ??: ' before any comments about a specific piece. I would love any feedback possible, please!

Dec. 20th, 2007


Let me out!" He cried, throughing him against the metal frame of the door, fingers blindly seeking for any mar against the seamless blockade. He whimpered, letting his head rest against it finally, his pounding dying down. "She needs help..."
    The lack of response reminded him what they expected of him. He couldn't, just couldn't! But, the silence also made him remember just who was watching him, and that succedded in bringing his blood to a boil. Hands that had gone lax clenched again, and he stood up straight.
    He glanced over in a corner, where a comatose girl lay, curled up. The man made his way to her side, and knelt. A shaking hand raised and cupped her cheek, stroking it. Her body flinched away in memory of what had happened. Quickly, his hand withdrew, and he frowned slightly. He could feel the poison in the air affecting him, and he knew  it was even more quickly taking her from him.
    And no one would do that. Ever.
    Once more, he stood, and called out with hollow resignation. "I'll do it. Give me my weapon."
    The door slid open, a grating sound crashing through the room and cringed. Everything had been so quiet.. A sword was thrust through, and then the metal door closed again, with a clank.
    He closed his eyes with a sigh, and scooped it up, a familiar feeling of calm washing over him. "Ivy, forgive me. But I swear, I'll kill every last bastard that did this to you." He muttered, turning to her once more.
    Again, he joined her beside her. Tears tried to spring to his eyes, but he refused to seem any weaker than he already had. "And as soon as you have an army big enough to overtake this world and the next, I'll join you." Still murmuring, so those eavvsdropping bastards couldn't hear him. He inclined his head, pressing his lips to her forehead. "Until then, sleep, gather your rest. When we meet again, the world will fall."
    He killed her quickly, though avoiding her fragile heart he had tried so hard to keep beating for so long. The door slid open again, albiet quieter, as if knowing in whose prescence it was in. The entire room dankened in the new arrival's mere aura, while the newcomer appluaded slowly, as if bored by such a spectacle.
    "Nero, I'm disappointed in you. You so brutally destroyed all your other victims, I expected a blood bath against someone so defenseless."
    "I did what you wanted of me." It was a low whisper. He did what he needed to do, they both would've died anyway! But -
    "I see that."

Nov. 11th, 2007


A journal entry from Creative Writing. I picked up an orange pen, started writing with it, and this is the love child of it.
The end gets a little too typically teenage-angsty. It's bugging me now.

Arson Arrest

Written during the fires, in Creative Writing. The smoke was really messing with my head.

Oct. 29th, 2007


A Halloween one-shot written for creative writing.

Heart wasn't in it, as such, it's probably shit.


Oct. 1st, 2007

Sacred Place (Revis.)

Alright, so here's my (proofread) version of the story.

Read and review, people. Tell me about any mistakes.

Name: Sacrificial Lamb
Rating: PG-13 for some language, some gore, and overall angst level(big surprise)
Word Count: 1538 words.

Sep. 29th, 2007

Sacred Place

This is a piece for creative writing. I'd like to know what everyone thinks about it. Comments are loved to death.

Sep. 10th, 2007

Creative Writing Assignment - Forever Autumn

As an assignment on Thursday, our wonderful teacher Mrs. Twiss gave us the assignment to write two pages of a surrealistic story. Surrealistic is, as according to Dictionary.com,
1.of, pertaining to, or characteristic of surrealism; surreal.
2.having features typical or reminiscent of those depicted in surrealistic painting or drawing.

So, anyway, this is my story for that assignment. More like poetic crap put into paragraph form, but it's poetic crap I'm proud of. ^^ Read AND COMMENT, people! ^^

Forever Autumn
Rated: PG
Word Count: 974

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