Sunday, October 2, 2011

One-liners 57-60

One-liners for your thoughts and to assist anyone with writer's block that finds them helpful. Feel free to use the following lines to help promote your writing and thought process. If you find them stimulating, I'd appreciate a quick shout-out.

One-liner 60: A kaleidoscope of beliefs gives every villain, be it felon or politician, the chance to masquerade as a hero. #write #prompt

One-liner 59: Sections of our lives are often difficult to understand without a key to decode the map. Are you ready for the search? #write

One-liner 58: "Seven coins for seven cupids. God's got a hell of a sense of humor," mumbled the priest, slipping the coins into his pocket.

One-liner 57: Coincidence is what scientists call things they can't explain. I'm no scientist and I don't believe in coinkydinks. #write

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

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