Epic

Epic
October 24, 2013 17 Comments Writing Stephanie Ayers

He was a super hero of epic proportions, an invincible creation from the mind of a crazed genius, until he met his match. The battle raged, the truth he soon learned, that good does not always overcome evil. She put him in pine six feet underground, and covered him up, left him behind. He emerged, hours later, a phantom of himself. The scientist fixed him all up, and he battled the she-villain again. Magic she wove, magic he dodged, until the tide had turned. He quickly tossed her in jail and threw away the key. Victory, at last, was his.

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100 words for three prompts and it only took me three days to write. 100 Word Challenge: invincible. Write on Edge: pine. Trifecta: phantom in it’s 3rd definition.

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Stephanie Ayers A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is the Executive Creative Director of OWS Ink, LLC, a community for writers and readers alike. She loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and sappy stories. When she is not writing, she can be found in Creative Cloud designing book covers and promotional graphics for authors.
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  1. 17 Comments

    Kir Piccini

    I don’t know, this is very good. The flow and speed of it is good. Maybe it’s because I had watching “THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS” with the boys this week, but it reminded me a little of Sally and her captor.

    Nice descriptions.

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      SAM

      Thanks. It was a stray from the norm for me.

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    KymmInBarcelona

    A twist on a twist on a twist!
    Some concrit:
    The prompt needs to be a noun, and here it’s an adjective, but not hard to fix. Also, overcome without the ‘s’ : )

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        SAM

        Oh I see. the trifecta prompt…thanks!

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    Valerie

    Threw away the key! Love that line! I thought this was very good too!

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      SAM

      Thank you. For 100 words, this one was a fighter.

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    steph

    An epic battle of epic proportions. But then good vs evil will bring that on. He threw away the key… I like that line. And congrats, Sam, on the book, and the story in the other book. You rock star, you!

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    Draug419

    haha this is cool!

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    trifectawriting

    Superheroes are right up my alley. Thanks for linking up!

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    atrm61

    Crisp and very fascinating-the victory of good over evil:-)

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    Tara R.

    You packed so much into these 100 words… kind of like Frankenstein, Iron Man, and Avengers all rolled into one.

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