This was a recent challenge that I did. It turned out to be quite dark…
I’m not afraid. I should be, but I’m choosing not to think about it. No fear – no problem – no fear.
Nobody could see me.
I was invisible in an invisible city.
There would be no shame, no judgement, no cat calling. It was liberating.
They gave the order to liberate the city from its crippling insecurities and made everyone invisible and guess what? People became happy. They were lonelier but happy.
And yet more writing practice from my favourite app! I’m noticing that all my timed practices tend to have an element of the macabre about them…perhaps I need to start writing happy endings. Have you noticed any themes that you weren’t aware about in your writing? In my novel in progress I have the words “rotting death” which was the point at which my husband stopped reading. To be fair it is a children’s story so he needs to man up a bit, but I don’t think “rotting death” would terrorize a child – if I’d gone into the details and described everything down to the last drop of gore I would be concerned. I think that a frisson of fear is good in a story though :). What do you think?
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