The following are lines from stories that have yet to be written. I come up with them on the fly and whenever the desire hits, then post them on twitter a couple times a week. The following are from the last few weeks. If you'd like to hear more, you can find me on twitter: @westonkincade
One-liner 76: "Tenors have too much bravado. How's a guy suppose' to eat his burger with all that ego and racket," the man yelled. #write
One-liner 77: "Unlike in corporations," muttered the scraggly man, "only cops can truly assess a murderers talent." #write #prompt
One-liner 78: "The men are great fun," quipped the gap-toothed hunter. "Watching them run from my scope is so memorable." #write #prompt
One-liner 79: Sliding behind his wife's chair at the dinner table, the man grasped her chin and twisted, muttering, "Happy New Year." #write
One-liner 80: "Humans," the gopher spat through buck teeth. "They always celebrate three days late. When will they learn?" #write #prompt
Feel free to use these to help jump-start your own writing or just use your imagination to compose the story around it.
Weston Kincade ~ Author of Invisible Dawn and A Life of Death