Thursday, September 15, 2011

One-liners 47-51

Okay, here are the last 5 one-liners for people to think about and help stimulate ideas. Hope people are finding them useful.

One-liners 47-51:

One-liner 47: They say money is the root of all evil, but the perception of self requires ethics to make this judgement. #write #prompt

One-liner 48: It is now said that the dog has been replaced by alcohol as man's best friend. Walk slowly, my friend. #write #prompt

One-liner 49: Police discovered a mammoth skeleton buried in central park next to mobster boss Jimmy Hoffa. What a find. #write #prompt

One-liner 50: "Satellites are there to spy on the butterflies in our stomachs," hissed the woman between the asylum bars. #write #prompt

One-liner 51: "No, sorry. I don't think our father would look kindly upon it," Catelyn whispered. "Our father...?" Talem mumbled. #prompt

Remember, if any of these one-liners prompt you to write a story or integrate an idea into a story and overcome writer's block, please use it. If you don't mind giving a shout out on your blog or elsewhere people might find and come to discover their own solution to writer's block, I'd appreciate it.

Weston Kincade ~ Author of Invisible Dawn and A Life of Death

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