"Sam looked at Peter, who was constructing a "to-do list," with pity. "You know there's this app that you can download that reads your thoughts and then jots them down for you, right?" Sam asked, opening the App Store."
Simon entered the train station with a bouquet of flowers in one hand and a hand-made sign in the other. In red, big, bold letters, the text spelled out a female name. Arielle. He looked up at the clock above the tunnel leading down to platform number four and then down at his wrist watch. The first one had just struck 4 o’clock while the latter was two minutes ahead.
"A stranger rushes up to you and says, "Trust no one!" before shoving an envelope in your hands and dashing off. What happens next?"
Guest post written by me for Sophie’s blog on the topic of NaNoWriMo. You will also find some general rambling of mine about my blog and my thoughts regarding writing.
Happy October! You all know what this means! For writers out there who are interested in participating in NaNoWriMo, this is the month when we start to plan our novels (of course this also depends on whether or not you like to plan, or if you like to just wing it!) You might have heard the word “Preptober” thrown around! For the rest of the month, I have a line up of AWESOME Preptober-themed blog posts on Writers’ Corner!
To kick off Preptober, we have a guest post from the amazing Goldie @ One Day at a Timeabout making THE decision to do NaNoWriMo…. or not. If you haven’t checked out Goldie’s blog yet, please take a look! Goldie fills it up with wonderful short stories and other thoughtful musings.
Even though I have been writing ever since I can remember, I have never sought…
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