August 20th, 2009 by susan


91symptomoniumThis one’s just a fun thing, though it may not seem that way and maybe it’s not at all for kids.

It always seems that right after I write what I consider is maybe one of my better stories that what follows is a failure to let go and enter into a new storyworld. Because I know what it was like to force a story out of thin air I just jumped on whatever came out of reading Steve’s story. For me, it was the bit of silliness, the bit of unbelievability and the books. Earl developed and I just spent the day following him around.

2 Responses to “100 DAYS PROJECT: #91”

  1. Loretta Says:

    I love these! I could do these all night! Great journaling exercise.

  2. admin Says:

    Thank you. It’s been more than an exercise for me these past three months and has eaten up the summer (which I understand has been pretty crummy anyway). You’d be great at this, either in storytelling or art, for a 100 Day Project.

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