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Why

by on November 4, 2012

This week, in honor of Trifecta’s one year anniversary (hooray!), and the craziness of NaNoWriMo, they gave us a 33-word prompt on why we write.

Why? Because my characters won’t stay quiet. I explain I’ve got other priorities, but do they listen? Nooooo. They go on an adventure. And who has to record it? Me, that’s who. Hmph.

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12 Comments
  1. Gina permalink

    Sometimes they’re like naughty children when they don’t listen. But we secretly love it, don’t we? I liked this a ton!

    • They’re exactly like naughty children. Or puppies. Bad characters! Bad characters!

  2. Draug419 permalink

    lol awww So giggle-inducing (:

  3. They’re pesky lil buggers aren’t they? It’s aaaaaaaaaall about them!

  4. This one made me smile. Characters are like impatient children. We give them our time and they want more…more….MORE 🙂

  5. *snicker* Very funny. I love the martyred tone, when I suspect you love the work. 🙂

  6. Great answer to the question!

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