Day 142

Prompt: game or competition. Continued from Day 141.   It's a pensive two minutes before I see the creature. It's bipedal to a degree, hunched over with light green skin that seems to shift and change as it moves. I slip noiselessly deeper into the cave, my eyes never leaving the creature. The thing sniffs the …

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Day 77

Since I had a short writing yesterday, I'm going to continue it today. Prompt: everything changes or everything had changed.   My father is quiet for a moment, studying my face. He looks remarkably the same, like no time has passed, like this whole place is sealed in time. "Hello, Jane," he says, stepping to …

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Day 76

Prompt: Everything changes or everything had changed.   The house loomed on the hill above, imposing even at this distance, as regal as I remembered. I watched the house as David drove up the twisting driveway. The windows were curtained, unusual for this time of year, and I wondered for the fiftieth time this morning …

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Day 45

I wasn't sure I wanted to post this, but why not! Here's what I wrote yesterday.   The hour has drawn late when I finally close my laptop; I’m surprised the bar’s still open. Josh looks my way, carefully drying the mug he just washed. A quick glance tells me I’m the only patron left. …

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Day 40

Prompt: Write an entry inspired by what you can't see.   My lungs burn as I run, chest white hot with pain, legs screaming in protest; if I don't find a shelter soon, I will die. I catch a glimpse, a flicker, a slipping shadow to my right between the trees. They're almost upon me. I …

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Day 39

New prompt for the week! This one is begging for sci-fi and horror, so I am starting off the week by going rogue and continuing Day 32. Prompt: Write an entry inspired by what you can't see.   Markus and I leave Julia behind, watching as she shuts down the power and locks herself in. I hope …

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