Sunday, August 23, 2015

Friday, August 14, 2015

A Universally Agreed Upon Writing Tip

The moon shone through the trees, striking Tom in the face, jolting him from his slumber. He had been dreaming. Stretching his pale arms he yawned, stretched, scratched, blinked, shifted his covers, blinked again, yawned, and with a flash of light piercing his eyelids, realized it was all a dream. He fell out of bed, and woke up, again, realizing it was a dream, a mystery he could not escape. The moon shone bright. A splash of cold water shook him from his slumber, "God, another dream," he said, yawning. He looked down, and saw that he stood on a cliff, another dream. "Oh, shit," he said, just in time for his alarm to at last awake him from his deep deep slumber. He yawned, and said, "Waking up sure is a boring way to start the story!"

(9/23/15 Edit: Unless you're a good writer:

So, uh, just make sure you're a good writer.