Master Class Monday: Absolute Infinity

Master Class Monday: Absolute Infinity
October 19, 2015 4 Comments Master Class, Writing Prompts Stephanie Ayers

The Master Class has returned! Every week, I will introduce you to three prompts. Choose one, write about it, link up, and move to the head of the class. It’s that simple.

The rules:

  1. Read the prompts.
  2. Write a story answering the prompt. This can mean you use the prompt as your title, somewhere in your story, or as the idea.
  3. Share the url to your story in the comments OR, if you don’t have your own blog, share your story in the comments. Either way, it will be seen.
  4. Please keep your stories pg-13 or under since this is a public page. Add trigger warnings where necessary. Keep vulgarity to a minimum.
  5. Think outside the box. These prompts are meant to challenge you.
  6. Have FUN!

Your prompts for this week:

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All assignments are due by Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 11:59 pm. How will your muse inspire you?

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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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    A.L. Mabry

    Professor Neighi hustled Bonnie B down the narrow hallway towards her room as he prattled on about how well she filled her role, but he seemed distracted.
    “Professor, did I do something wrong? You haven’t looked at me once.” Bonnie B wanted to buy a little more time in the hallway before being secluded to the small room that awaited her.
    “Wrong? No, no there is just much to do. We’ve had a situation this morning and I haven’t time to sit and review your trip right now.” He made it sound as if she went on a vacation, or to a business conference.
    Across the hall she could hear a murmur of voices and figured Jenny B must be in her room, she studied Jenny A with a fervor as she waited for her turn to make an appearance.
    The Jennys were younger, eight or maybe nine, and Bonnie B didn’t think she grasped the fact that an injury or illness would have to befall her benefactor in order for her to taste freedom. It amazed Bonnie B at how much C.I.R.F. taught them without teaching them anything they really need to know. Like, hey kiddo, your only ticket out of this cordial calamity is when the twin you watch day in and day out dies. When they are dead, you get to go out and play pretend and be them.
    They also don’t tell us that we have an expiration date stamped on the back of our neck. Bonnie B didn’t believe it until Jake showed her the one she bore. Her time was up on her 21st birthday, as was every C.I.R.F. kid’s. Jake wasn’t sure what that meant, though.
    “Professor Neighi! Don’t lock her down yet!” Nurse Rhonda rushed in their direction from the medical wing. “I need Bonnie. I need to run some tests due to this morning’s… situation.” She spoke to the professor in that way adults do when they are conspiring and fear began to grip Bonnie.
    “Ah, yes. Very well then, but please see that she is properly secured after. Bonnie, dear, no rec room until I can brief you.” And with that he was gone.

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      Stephanie Ayers

      Chilling. More please!!

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