DISCUSSION -- APRIL 2019 300-word Writing Challenge (#33)

Victoria Silverwolf

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Hummus: An allegory of the attempt to recapture the past through a nostalgic appreciation of art, with powerful emotional appeal.

Luiglin: A moving portrayal of the ways in which we are made up of our memories, with a cautionary reminder against looking too far behind ourselves.

Vaz: An epic high fantasy with a compelling depiction of the intertwining of love and hate.

Ashleyne: A mysterious dark fantasy with a look at the way in which the Other is both alluring and repellent.
 

Shyrka

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Ugh, I'm with @mosaix on this one - I've been struggling to get into the mood to write for a while and felt like I had zero ideas for so long. Eventually I hammered out the one I had a few days ago and it came out at 450 words. Disheartened, I was going to give up but had another run at the same story this morning and got it down to 337 which seemed more achievable. After some trimming, I think I've got something that's, well, coherent at least. I missed this month's 75 due to lack of inspiration so I'm just glad to have got something in for the 300.
 

Teresa Edgerton

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Well, I'm in. Blank mind for the whole month but had a last minute idea and went with it for better or for worse. Now to read the others since it is now too late to lose my nerve.
 

M. Robert Gibson

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Well, I've never left it so late before, actually making edits and tidying up on deadline day, but I managed it, just :eek:
 

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