4 thoughts on “A Writer’s Game

  1. Alexandrina Brant

    I like this idea! I think authors don’t get together and chat about WIPs enough. 🙂 This is a paragraph I wrote yesterday, but I didn’t have internet and haven’t written much yet today.

    “What a life the machine had. Static ran from its toes to its crest, as if the machine was spinning it into life, tesla static better than gold thread. Summer watched, horror filling her, as the static reached her brain, her scholarship report subject, in one blue arc. She visualised the static leaping over the neurons like action potentials themselves, generating knowledge and memory and – even, worse – planning.”

    Alexandrina Brant. ‘The Academic, the Sergeant, and the Brain in Room 303’ is the working title.

  2. Alexandrina Brant

    Reblogged this on Miss Alexandrina and commented:
    A fun writer’s game by H L Wampler – bringing writers together with their extracts. I think it’s a good idea, add your own!

  3. MishaBurnett

    “I knew he was married and that his wife Crystal was a veterinarian, and that they had a pack of rescue greyhounds. He was a member of a Harley Owners Group chapter and sometimes rode with the Patriot Guard, escorting funeral processions for soldiers. That was about it.”

    Misha Burnett “World Edgewise”

    1. Heather

      I like that!

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