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Writing Experiment Day 4

Writing Experiment Day #4: usurpation, grey, louche See rules and word list at this post. If you want to play along, comment with a link to yours below (please don’t paste the entirety of yours; links only). The man called himself “Mouser.” I read some Leiber when I was a kid and the moniker fit, more or less. He was dashing,

Writing Experiment Day #3

Writing Experiment Day #3: decimate, tractate, litany See rules and word list at this post. If you want to play along, comment with a link to yours below (please don’t paste the entirety of yours; links only). They sang. Dear gods, did they sing, their prayers echoing in the heavens. I didn’t have long to find Hector’s paper. He knew about

Writing Experiment Day #2

Writing Experiment Day #2: grip, rain, carnal See rules and word list at this post. If you want to play along, comment with a link to yours below (please don’t paste the entirety of yours; links only). I watched from inside the church, safe from the rain. I was lucky, as were the three others huddled inside, waiting for the sudden

Writing Experiment Day #1

Writing Experiment Day #1: crepuscular, night, reciprocity See rules and word list at this post. If you want to play along, comment with a link to yours below (please don’t paste the entirety of yours; links only). Carolyn stared at her prey, the soon-to-be victim nodding along to music blaring in his headphones, waiting at the bus stop in the cold

Words for Writing Experiment

Words from the call for them: louche penguin decimate reciprocity stupendous pneumatic flask night isolation tractate javelina ciborium rain supple susurrus effigy comfort grey platypus twinkle Appalachian flabbergasted dirigible litany geranium carnal toenail abstract crepuscular banjo anxiety grip sanguine troublesome actinic usurpation boy symphony moist orichalcum The rules are: I will randomly choose three each

Need Words!

Hey, gang! I’ve got this notion of turning every weekday morning next week into a writing exercise, where I’ll spend 15 minutes writing something — anything — based on three randomly rolled words. Maybe some fiction, or some gaming stuff, whatever. Thing is, I’d like some words from y’all for this experiment. Please comment with