Future Fiction Fun
Everyone has a story inside of him or her to tell. Anyone can write theirs if they so choose. If you don’t write because you think: It will be bad, no one will read it or worse, no one will “like” it. I say, go ahead and give it a shot; see how bad you can make it. I’m guessing it will be original and wonderful! The same goes for painting, drawing, sculpting, whatever. We’re all individuals, therefore, so is our art. Check out this link of so-called art that is worth millions: weird-and-ugly
I write because I like to write – no other reason. When I was very young, I wrote all fiction. As an adult I write 99% non-fiction. That fact is about to change.
Savanna and I are shifting our spare-time writing gears to fiction. We’re hoping Diana gets on board too!
Our story begins with three characters in a 12 x 12 door-less room. The room is built with one malleable wall, one transparent wall, one irregular wall, and one velvety wall.
Inside the room are three vastly different characters: one complexly and determinedly strong-willed; one introspectively indignant and covert; and the third a high-spirited substance abuser. Which one will find a way out for all three? Will they kill each other in the process? What happens when 12:01 a.m., January 1 arrives? And why are these three immeasurably different souls in the oddly constructed room in the first place?
Have you ever visited an online art site where a painter begins his/her painting while you watch? Each week you tune in to see what area of the canvas the artist will work on next. You basically journey along with them as their masterpiece paint-story unfolds?
Triangle Park welcomes you to hop on board as we paint a fiction story complete with scene, characters, conflicts, plot twists — title, names, personality idiosyncrasies, dirt, scoop, hope, love, doom and joy – the whole shebang! Join in as we open the gates of creativity.
“That’s what we story tellers do. We restore order with imagination. We instill hope again and again and again.” Walt Disney
“Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” Mark 11:24
Never ever stop imagining – Shelley Sweeney 🙂
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