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No one knew. No one ever saw it. But I heard it. To this day, I swear it: the box would sing.
…he told me I shouldn’t have broken his watch.
Long before the diamond ever landed in modern possession, it belonged to a man named Gregory Stratford. At that time, it was not part of a ring, but rather the main facet of a decorative hair comb made for his favorite daughter's 26th birthday.
Don't @me on this one, guys.
Here is the key to effectively setting goals: set small ones that are easy to accomplish. It sounds like a cop-out, yeah, but we are far less likely to follow through with (or even start) something that seems hard.
Here's what you're going to do. You're going to take that mess of a first draft manuscript and turn it into an ebook. Do I sound crazy? Absolutely. But don't write me off just yet.
Introduce your protagonist as they make a small, yet interesting choice.
A poem written by Alberto Montero using prompt #12. You can find Alberto on Twitter @ShadowHombre and @Montero_MD, or on his blog http://www.365project2020.com!
What you are writing has nothing to do with you-the-writer and everything to do with the story you are telling. What you want only matters to the extent that the story wants it too.