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You probably have read this in a different post, or an interview or something (I’ve mentioned it a few times) but I have never finished a piece of writing. I counted and discovered that I have started roughly 18 different stories and never finished them. So I’m going to do a little something fun today and give you a clip of my embarrassing early writing and then a bit of my newer stuff so we can laugh at my lack of skill from years ago and then smother a chuckle at my slightly improved but still novice writing from this week.
Figments Friday is an original feature for writers, wherein they share something about their writing, a character interview, an excerpt, a conversation between a character from one WIP and a character from another WIP, ect. Feel free to join in!
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First up a clip from what might have been the first story I ever tried writing. It was a lovely gem called “The Queen’s Circle.” It was based in Ireland with a crazed plot that went ever where at once. I haven’t corrected any grammar or changed anything from what it was like before. (I will forgive you if you laugh. I laugh at myself so that makes it ok.)
As you can see, subtly was not my forte, The Island Killer is the first time I’ve attempted it since and I feel like it is going a lot better this time but I may be blind to my own flaws. Foreshadowing didn’t work for me. (I’ll give you three guesses what the attempt at foreshadowing was trying to “hint” (*cough* screaming *cough*) about.)
Here is a second, more recent and hopefully more subtle attempt at foreshadowing. Hopefully it worked out better. Weather it did or not you are only permitted to quietly chuckle at that one because it is recent and it may wound my pride. I do not however have so much pride that I would not permit you to laugh even a little bit. So chuckle away my friends. (P.S. That last one was from The Island Killer)
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