Master Class Summer Edition #3

For authors, by authors, one word at a time

Master Class Summer Edition #3

July 8, 2013 Writing 10

Storch-BadgeHello class! This past assignment saw some new faces and brought out the best in your writing! Lexy chose Terry Prachett’s a line from the 10th page ofย  Mort: “Some pigeons had waddled over to inspect it.” and the assignment was to use that line anywhere in the body of your story. Seven amazing stories linked up for our enjoyment.

Tara played with a creepy black spot in Dull, Flat Surface.

Troy gave us a 100 Words and a sentence about a not-quite-homeless musician with a twist that will leave you gasping for air.

Renee turned up the mystery with Fast Food.

Carrie and Kir teamed up with two new adventures in their collaborative story The Path You Choose.

Lexy used her prompt to continue the story she began last week and thrilled us with new revelations about her MC Daniel.

And the newcomer known as Doodle thrilled me with her short story, Eviction Notice, that made me feel sorry for an out-of-work monster. In fact, I enjoyed her tale so much that I asked her to choose the new prompt. The instructions were to open any book of her choosing and give me the first line. Your next assignment is:

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Since it’s summer time and this professor is finding the long days short, you may use this line anywhere in your story.

Your assignment is due by Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 9:00 pm EST.

The link up is now live!

Ready? Set? Write!

 

10 Responses

  1. I need to start doing this again ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Bran MacFeabhail says:

    Can anyone participate?

  3. Doodled93 says:

    So exciting to have my own prompt on this ๐Ÿ˜€ Lexy has informed me that I have to continue even if inspiration doesn’t strike… apparently participating in this is like signing a deal with the devil ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • SAM says:

      hahahah!! Lexy’s awesome.

      And yes, now that you have signed up for the class (blood payment, by the way) you do have to continue. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • troy P. says:

      And the only way out of it is through a fiddling contest – thanks for a wonderful prompt Doodle!

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