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comicfan

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  1. Writing Prompts #706 & #707


    On 10/5/2018 at 2:28 PM, northie said:

    I've just completed a month of responding to first line prompts elsewhere. None of them was a speech prompt. I wonder if @comicfan might consider an occasional variation?  :) 

    I am always up to mix things up. Just might be a while until you see it. I usually write them at three month clips, so the admins don't need to worry if something happens to me.

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  2. 1 hour ago, Timothy M. said:

    I'm also trying to catch up on the various series. I like the Norse Mythology one, of course. ;) 

    Just love how none of them can keep it in their pants and the demigods end up related by their human halves. lol

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  3. Ooh. I remember this anthology. I went a bit different in this one, but thankfully people enjoyed it. I'm enjoying seeing these come back up. I've even found some I didn't comment on the first time and have corrected that.

    You can see the ebb and flow with the anthologies over time. Some have just a few enter, and others are packed. Glad people are enjoying them all over again.

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  4. Writing Prompts #676 & #677


    7 hours ago, Carlos Hazday said:

    I... must... resist! Those five words are screaming at me and I have too much on my plate already!

    Oh come to the dark side already. We have cookies. Lol 

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  5. Writing Prompts #664 & #665


    7 hours ago, Kitt said:

    Do we have to write a whole response for 664?  I can sum it up in one word right here.

     

     

    Panic

    What about the list of words makes you panic? Or did you mean 665? Hmm. Really want to read your response.

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  6. Writing Prompts #620 & #621


    6 minutes ago, Mikiesboy said:

    Have you done challenges before?  I think that's a good idea!

    Yes. Challenges appear every now and again. Past challenges include a mystery, describing something without naming it, and others. A challenge is usually a chance to focus on an aspect of your craft you might ignore or try something you've never done before. Enjoy.

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