wr1t3r

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wr1t3r (United States) published:

On the Media

PROMPT: Self and a Statistic

On the media...
You can be who you want to be, freed from all restrictions and expectations. Yet you're so free that you can forget who you really are and forget that actions have consequences.

over 4 years ago

wr1t3r (United States) published:

Common House - A TV Pilot

PROMPT: TV Pilot Competition 2017

ACT ONE - LUCINDA

V.T.
Time lapse of fog rolling over the golden gate bridge

LUCINDA--23 (V.O.)
San Francisco. The golden city of the golden state.

CUT TO FOOTAGE OF LUCINDA TAKING A PHOTO AT A VIEWPOINT
Lucinda stares out for a moment towards the bridge, then places her camera back in her purse and then turns and walks towards the camera. Camera follows Lucinda as she walks.

LUCINDA
You know, they used to call this the Paris of the...

over 4 years ago

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wr1t3r (United States) published:

Micro Fiction Writing Prompt - The Magic of 3s

PROMPT: Writing Synapses

Write a story of exactly 333 words in which you must incorporate three words in three ways.

Step 1: find your three words
Write down the first thought you have when you read each of the words/phrases below

Forgive or forget

Purple

Gears


Step 2: Choose which words will play what role in the story -- Feel free to skip this step if you're a writer who prefers more creative license, it's just one way to scaffold the story. Just...

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wr1t3r (United States) published:

Conrad

PROMPT: What Came Before


It has taken me five years, twelve visits to an overpriced psychologist, three stuffy bus rides, and 953 steps in the pouring rain to reach her doorstep. And even now, as I reluctantly close my dripping umbrella and raise the knocker tentatively in my hand, it still seems too short. I haven’t ever called or sent a letter, yet as the Brooklyn evening washes over me smelling of dusk and gasoline, I can still taste my goodbye. Biting. Acidic. Burning...
Seeking Peer Reviews

over 4 years ago