Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The following exerp is from my new story I'm writing. I've cut out some of the unnecessarily long parts of the story and compiled the good parts together. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
...have to do is turn right at the stop sign, and then turn left at the next intersection. You should see the building on your right; you can't miss it. It has...
...on the way here," he said.
"I don't think so. If that were true, then why isn't the truck parked in the garage?" she asked, referring to...
...broke, the lightly lit lamp illuminated Mary's little lamb. Except it wasn't a lamb. It was more like a giant mess of stained wool on the floor.
Trembling, he stooped down and...
...and that really hurt," he said.
He turned to his brother.
...ripped off his arm and ran off with it. He stood there, dumbfounded and missing an arm.
He sat down and began to eat his lunch.
"What just happened?" he asked himself, stuffing a handful of potato chips into his mouth using his non-existent hand.
The the polar bear turned around and saw that...
...ran out of fuel. So he ejected from the plane, and started to plummet.
Slowly breathing to help himself calm down, he concentrated on timing the release of the parachute. Not too soon. Not too late.
Then he hit the ground.