Imaginary friends-Part 6Phil groans loudly on the sofa, I think he's waking up now.More Like This
About time, it's 9:30 in the morning now and he's been asleep for twelve hours.
I would have been worried but he spent the whole night tossing, turning and talking in his sleep.
Nothing particularly interesting, just the odd moan or mumble about the a-level results day in three days' time. He has been trying to forget about it, and he has managed to do a good job of it when he's awake, but that's it, his sleeping mind lets it all back in and as a consequence he's been having these dreams in which he feels compelled to talk through, for about a week now. They're annoying dreams because they keep waking me up.
But that's not really why I'm awake now. I'm awake now because I've learnt to always try and sleep for less time than Phil does, or take it in short bursts whenever I think he'll stay in one place for long enough.
This is a habit I think all imaginary friends pick up sooner or later; the alternative isn't nice. Once too of
Kick The Pj: Chaos TheoryThe Chaos theory.More Like This
You never really believed that if a butterfly flaps its wings in one part of the world a hurricane is created in another. You never really believed of cause and effect either. You didn’t even know that leavening the house that morning would lead to such consequences. You see you never really think before you do, you had no idea simple little causes would build up to one big effect...
It was an amazing morning, the sun was shining and you wanted to go for a walk. You got up, pulled on your oversized clothes that hid your skinny frame and left the house. The birds were chirping, people were talking and not a cloud was in sight. Perfect you thought. Too perfect.
Something inside you kept telling you this was wrong, that this was not a normal day. But you didn’t know that, did you? You kept walking; the flowers were blooming and red, flowing gently in the summer breeze. You saw cars zooming past you, stereos blaring some crappy song from all those years ago. T
He Loves Me pt3Dan didn't pay attention to where his body was taking him. He didn't pay attention to the people staring as he walked by. He didn't even notice the fact that his hair was getting wet and on the verge of curling. Nothing mattered to him. All he could think of was Pj and him. How could he be such a fail? What did he do wrong? How did it end up like this?More Like This
Pj has done bad things in the past and Dan has always forgiven him. When Pj laughed at and made fun of his hobbit hair, Dan forgave him. Pj was one of the few who could pull off the curly haired look after all. When he caught Pj kissing another guy at the Christmas Eve party, Dan forgave him. The other guy cornered him. At least that's what Pj told him. Even when Pj totally trashed Dan's bedroom because of something rude Dan said, he forgave him without a second thought. He clearly shouldn't have went that far. There was that time when Pj nearly raped Dan because he was horny and Dan was too tired to help. Dan let it go. Pj was just frus
5 Steps to Organize Your NovelWhat You'll Need:More Like This
A basic story idea
Printer (preferably laser) with plenty of paper
Three Ring Binders (2) with separating tabs
Build Your World and Characters
For most writers, this comes naturally. If you're having some issues, there are plenty of tutorials, guides, aids and groups available for assistance. For the purpose of this guide, you should have your world built and at the very least your main characters devised. Having secondary characters planned will get you bonus points!
Print Character and Plot Sheets
Each character should have their own sheet (keep the backs blank, they're a grand place to keep extra notes and page references). It's not necessary that you fill out every single line of the character sheet. Fill out only what is necessary for the character/plot. Feel free to add to the sheet as your write, too. The