A Guide On How To Write GoodHey you! Yeah, you! I hear you want to write. That's great to hear. It can be a rewarding activity. So where to start, you wonder. Well first you need a character. They will be your driver. Let's begin with a girl; a girl with brown hair and brown eyes. Now she needs a name and a history to make her more real. After all, people don't just randomly appear out of nowhere. You will call her Hannah and she's a teenager going to an Arizona high school. Now that you have a character, the next task is to get her the car of plot to drive.Hannah's teacher assigned an impossibly long essay to write. Now Hannah had to head to the library to get her material. She only discovered the building had been flattened by a saucer from outer space. Crawling out of a door was an alien that looked like nothing she had seen before.
Drabble Challenge 1: BeginningProject SDay one:Subject is a healthy male with a strong set of lungs and heart. Vital signs are normal. No evidence of Jenova's influence yet. Subject has been named Sephiroth.Time of birth: 3:49 pmWeight: 3.74 kgLength: 55.9 cmDay fifteen:Subject's blood cells show unusual shapes and behavior. Little evidence of Jenova's influence. Dr. Crescent continues to ask after subject. She will soon be removed.Day twenty-four:Subject is unusually quiet today. He does not protest any handling as he has in previous days. Subject was injected with the first dose of Jenova cells since before birth. Dr. Crescent has declined in health to the point of death. Note: Adult subjects injected with the cells react with unpleasant side effects resulting in death.Year 2, Day 56:Subject displays unusual strength and coordination for his a