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Tonight’s Sisters in Crime meeting had a ‘writers block’ exercise: take 3 different images and write a story based on them in 10 minutes.
My three photos were all from a small town in Greenland:
- A picture of a hotdog stand owned by a man from Denmark
- A group of girls dancing traditional Greenland dances
- A view of the town’s small fishing port
My results have kind of a Grendel vibe to it, and a noir aspect courtesy of reading some French noir fiction recently:
Tired of his bridge, the Danish troll opened a hot dog stand. Right near the port where tourists came to eat hot dogs and watch traditional dances.
His mother, who still lived in the water of the port, stole crabs and fish from the fishermen, and children from the tourists.
One day, he ran out of hot dogs.
He called to his mother in ancient Trollish: “I need one of your children.”
“No, I’ve eaten the last one. Get your own!”
No threat to any of this year’s Pulitzer Prize winners, but fun. And having fun writing certainly makes dealing with writers block easier!
So, Mister CEO, you were lying to a client, or you’re lying now to the media.
Either way, you’re a liar.
Anatomically-correct 100% chocolate skulls:
Belgian and regular chocolate ingredients. A tasty alternative to anatomically-correct regular skulls unless you’re a troll.
Listen to the sound of weather data:
There is only one objective you should have when writing something really important. You want one person to take it to another person and say, “you gotta read this.” – @adcontrarian
My response: a loud NO. Adding more guns to the pot doesn’t reduce the boiling cloud of bullets.
Shame on you, Mr Hee, with your mealy-mouthed ‘I don’t support this but let’s try it out anyway’ words! You’ve lost my vote permanently.