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by on July 5, 2013

This weekend’s Trifecta prompt was to do a thirty-three word free-write on any topic, any style.ย  ….I went meta. ๐Ÿ˜€

Marsha the Muse was very put out. Sheโ€™d been quite clear to her author; she would only provide words on specific topics. Zombie penguins. Vigilante pigs. Space hamsters. A thirty-three word free-write? Inconceivable!

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  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    sometimes the hardest writings are the ones that appear easiest..
    “Just write!” takes on a whole new meaning.

    NICE ONE> ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Zombie penguins are back! Run for it!

  3. Haha, I like it a lot. Also, please provide links to said zombie penguins, vigilante pigs and space hamstersโ€”they sound incredible.

    • Okay, well, the vigilante pig stories are all here, my space hamster story (one of them, anyway), is here, and I’ve written several stories with zombie penguins, but the first one’s here. Zombie penguins are sort of a long-running theme in my Catrina Chronicles stories…

  4. Draug419 permalink

    haha that is *exactly* what I thought when I read the prompt ๐Ÿ˜€ …Only with less penguins and more werewolves.

    • I’ve never written a story with werewolves…I’ve done one with a were-bear, but not a werewolf. :)+D

  5. Lance permalink

    zombie penguins > space hamsters > vigilante pigs

    just saying

  6. Some people’s muses… Nice take on the prompt! And I love the word inconceivable โ€“ always makes me think of the Princess Bride. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Bryan Ens permalink

    I actually found the free-write to be more of a challenge than last week’s super prescriptive one. Go figure.

  8. I see you were as shocked as me and Lum, Michael…

  9. Haha! I feel exactly the same way!

  10. Ditto–minus the zombie penguins, vigilante pigs and space hamsters. Turns out I like being told what to do. Who knew? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Great job!

  11. Limits give direction sometimes. Without the usual boundaries, we r lost.

  12. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. XD that was a great response! in my opinion, you should have gone with the zombie penguins, haha

  14. Get those zombie penguins and vigilante pigs in the same room, and who knows what might happen!

  15. Very clever. Really enjoyed your free-write.

  16. I would love to read about Zombie penguins!

    • I expect the zombie penguins will definitely be making an appearance in a Trifecta story soon…:)

  17. Lol, oh this is brilliant. I can just picture a little pissed off fairy creature tapping her tiny foot on your should. ๐Ÿ˜€ Great 33.

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