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The Evil in the Walls

Evil lurked in the bowels of the building. The Guardian’s nose twitched. He could smell it, seeping out of the microscopic cracks in the wall. Evil. 465 more words

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750 words again

While I was still working, my day job, in an effort to motivate myself to write every day I joined a site called very simply 750 words… and the aim of the site, which was like a private blog, was to do what it said, try to write 750 words a day. 247 more words

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Another Stinking Badge

They made a new badge on 750words.com and I’ve earned it!

At some point in the last couple of months, the lovely and talented Kellianne (or maybe her lovely and talented spouse, Buster) introduced a new badge for those who have written 1 million words. 115 more words

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The Time Machine?

I stood staring at the junk heap that was Professor Cline’s office. The Professor had had a fascination with Victorian clockwork toys. He didn’t care the condition, he bought every bit of spring and gears he could lay his hands on, even odds and ends that were obvious much newer. 648 more words

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The value of 'stream of consciousness writing'

Several years ago when I was trying to establish a writing routine, I picked up a copy of The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. In it she suggests the practice of  199 more words

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Eardwulf

I walked towards the edge of the West River staying close to the old walls. From the acrid odor of the Big River I could tell it was low tide. 731 more words

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Robert

“I need to let you know again that the procedure is very experimental and, well, very illegal,” Dr. Hale said. He could tell by Robert’s expression that he wanted, no needed, to go through with it. 711 more words

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