@JezB and I have been watching S4 of Rabbids on Netflix. An epi called “Ghost Rabbid” reminded us of the awesome opera sequence in Fifth Element. So much so we were going to buy/rent a digital copy this weekend. But…no one has one! 😦
Welcome to Week 5 of the Friday Fiction Writing Challenge! Here’s a complete list of all the posts so far if you’d like to join in.
This week’s random word is: Call.
I didn’t have much time to dilly-dally on the challenge today. The site was down for a couple of days while I moved from wordpress.com to wordpress.org. So, I pretty much just got my head down and let my imagination do its job.
Here’s my first sprint (unedited):Continue reading “Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #5 — Call”
Listening to some 🎵 Pearl Jam while I get the site back up and fully #indieweb ready now that I’ve moved to wordpress.org!
This little bubble has been floating around my kitchen for about 5mins. It’s on the floor now, unpopped (‘scuse the in vacuumed state). I’ve never known a bubble to last this long. I’m weirdly fascinated by it.
Welcome to Week 4 of the Friday Fiction Writing Challenge! Here’s a complete list of all the posts so far if you’d like to join in.
This week’s random word is: Map.
Before starting the timer this week, I found it challenging to just get myself to focus on the task at hand. I ended up resorting to an old favorite: the Pomodoro technique.
The Pomodoro technique, if you don’t already know, is a way of working in short intervals. Usually in twenty-five-minute segments with a five-minute break.
For this challenge, I set a five-minute timer with a ten-minute break in between. So, five for the first sprint, a break, then another five for the second sprint.
Here’s the (unedited) result of the first sprint:Continue reading “Genre Scribes: Friday Fiction Writing Challenge #4 — Map”
Currently reading: Threat of Danger by Dana Marton www.goodreads.com
Welcome to Week 3 of the Friday Fiction Writing Challenge!
This week’s random word is: Backpack.
This week’s word was a little easier for me to work with as backpacks can hold so much—weekend gear, camping gear, food, drink, a severed head. So, as with the other weeks, I took the word and wrote about it for a five-minute sprint.
Here’s the result (unedited):