ConvenantThis is our covenant; you break it and you break me.More Like This
I am no hero, no shining savior clothed in steel.
I am not perfect, nor will I ever pretend to be so.
I am nothing, and noone.
But without you, I am less than even that.
So for you, I will take up the sword.
Lead me to light, oh loving angel,
Place me among Men,
and lead me to my salvation.
Rotspawn +LITERATURE+More Like This
Have you ever left a reed out?
Stored your trumpet up on its bell?
Neglected to fix a string on your guitar?
If you said "yes", then you may be feeding Rotspawn.
Now, it's understandable if you haven't heard of Rotspawn before. He hasn't been around for long. In fact, he was born right in this very school.
I remember a day, not long ago, when a freshman left out all of his old reeds on accident. And the next day, one of the trumpet players was trying out instruments, and she put one back in the wrong place. No big deal, right?
Wrong. This was just enough for the instrument demon to be born.
The reed grew a small clump of mold, which became the very core of Rotspawn's being- his cold, dead heart. It vibrated every once in a while, as if it was trying to play.
Inching and sliding its way overnight, the bluish-black and moldy reed made its way over to the poor, deserted trumpet. It slid into the trumpet's mouthpiece and slowly- oh so slowly - covered the insi
Writing Prompt 201: PlotWriting Prompt 201: DUHN DUHN DUHNNNNN PLOT!!!More Like This
In my years of experience and from hearing and reading the works of other writers I have found that most of us have difficulty with plots. IF Characters are a novels bread and butter, plot is the double edged knife that pieces them together. Therefore, I have devised a guideline to help writers of all walks of life to help structure a good solid plot.
The Basics Common Questions to First Ask
When: (Year, Era, Decade? Make sure it takes place sometime)
Where: (Kingdom, Other world, Room a plot needs a place)
Why: (Why does it affect your character?)
How: (How will your plot unfold?)
Relevance: (Why is whats happening so important?)
The basics will create in you an idea that you can work with to forge you own adventure. But there is more to plot than just this.
Connecting the Bones!
Writing Prompt 101 - CharacterWriting Prompt 101More Like This
Note: Many people have asked how I come up with my characters so I figured I would share what I do. This is just an outline and know that you dont have to fill out any and all. Its a guideline. Also note, that though you answer these questions not everything should be included or expected in your writing. This is so you can know your characters intimately and how they would react but not everyone else needs to know some things.
Basic Information is key to the first vital step
Name: (normal, foreign, alien etc)
Age: (2 years, 1000, immortal etc)
Gender: (female, male, transvestite etc)
Race: (human, vampire, alien etc)
Profession: (student, doctor, king, mage etc)
Note: These tell you what your character is but it just scratches the surface to character building