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1: It's quite unfortunate nobody made a bigger fuss about the fence. They thought it kept something out. They were wrong, and it was in there with them. 2 : People never feat the right things. It made my job so much easier. 3: Curled up like a lazy cat, the...
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1: Whoever set the standard for 6 o'clock mornings deserves to be the first one murdered when we invent time travel. 2: Another lifetime poured into the necklace in a dazzling display of light. 3: Magic dissipated under her fingertips as she forced it into ...
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1: Whoever this person was, they knew one thing with absolute certainty. “That's not our King.” 2: It's never a good thing when the rainwater turns black. 3 : If anyone else had seen the fairy they weren't admitting it. 4: The sharp scent of gunpowder stung...
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1: Hidden far at the edge of the world sat a lake. It was deep and clear and clean. And, if you stood on the cliff above it, and looked straight down, you could see the shining glint of blue scales. 2 : The X-ray showed something very suspicious. 3: A thund...
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Writing Prompt Set: Dialogue
1: “I didn't lie. I just twisted the truth until it was unrecognizable.” 2: “You know, before yesterday I had never jumped off the top of a building.” 3: “Trust me. I've totally got this. How hard can anarchy be, anyway? I read a book on it once.” 4: “Small...
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1: Two
immortal characters meet in the early 1900’s and become friends
without knowing about each others immortality.    The
same two immortal characters meet in the 2000’s and both become
equally confused. 2: The
big snakes were harmless, even though they ...
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Writing Prompt Set: Closing Lines
1: There was a heavy crack, and a sharp pain, and then he was falling. The only thing he could think of before everything went black was, “Oh, hell.” 2: As she watched the dusty car disappear around the bend, all she felt was relief. 3: This journey sucked,...
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Writing Prompt Set: Dialogue
1: “My whole life is inside this box. Take care of it.” 2: “Touch my bookshelf again and die.” 3: “There are at least seventeen ways this could have gone better. Literally. Like, I'm counting them right now, you moron.” 4: “Unfortunately, I'll be keeping th...
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Writing Prompt Set: Opening Lines
1: The first time I saw the wizard she was peeling an orange and sitting on my doorstep. 2 : Hanging on the wall in front of her was the most well guarded painting in the world. It was also the ugliest. 3: Ash fell from the sky in flakes of grey, and she fe...
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1: The big snakes were harmless, even though they don't look like it. They were colorful and obvious, dripping from trees as they pass. It's the smaller ones they need to watch out for. Invisible, poisonous, and always underfoot. 2: In a magnificent explosi...
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1: She found the amulet in the back of a covered wagon. It was tucked beneath a few discarded blankets, like someone had thrown it, or forgotten about it, and she held her breath and prayed for luck. 2: “You forgot to leave the fridge open,” her cat said as...
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Writing Prompt Set: Dialogue
1: “I may despise you with the burning
white hot intensity of a thousand suns, but that doesn’t mean I
don’t love you.”  2: “ Did
you just drug my cake?”    3: “The next words out of your mouth
better be “I’m sorry.” and “Here’s the antidote.”  4: “I don’t ...
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Not nearly as brilliant as she thinks she is.
Introduction
I'm Alyssa. I like books and oranges and the fact that David Tennant's hair never looks the same twice. My talents include meticulous planning, staying on the internet for five hours straight and peeling apples in one strip.

I like lists.
I'm have the attention span of a tumbleweed.
I like to think I'm more productive than I actually am.
I like closure, but I've never finished writing a novel.
There's irony in here somewhere.
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