Story on Demand: A humble plea.

I’ve had a great time doing these every weekend — you guys are nefarious idea-mancers, flinging white-hot bolts of creative inspiration at me, which I’ve done a yeoman’s job lobbing back over the net.

[TENNIS METAPHOR. BAM.]

This week, could I humbly request — well, something a little more vague? The past few weeks people have given me extremely specific prompts, and I’ve had to sort of push it around my plate with a fork for a while.

One of the best prompts I’ve received was “music as weapon” and I had a freaking blast with that one, and am quite proud of the results. [Thanks again, HTBS!]

Glass Dogs. [ Go ahead — read it again!]

So, I think what I’m asking for is for you to give me an idea — not a plot.  Make with the vague!

Forgive the presumption! FORGIVE IT, OR THE WEASELS.

[The weasels are bad.]

Drop your lovely ideas in the comments, and I’ll churn out a story for the shiniest.

 

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9 thoughts on “Story on Demand: A humble plea.

  1. Hmmmm….vague….I can do vague. A man walks into a pharmacy with a revolver, not a 9mm, dressed as a cowboy. He then starts shooting up the place because it is actually run by a family of were-bears and they have been poisoning the good peoples’ drugs and stealing virgins on the weekends. I’m thinking the were-bears also love Chinese Food.

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