Fast Phone + Writer Guy + Shake Well = Triple F

Hope your week has been great. I finished up some editing for a book. Hope that means this project will be put to rest. I may have to do some touch-up.

Anyway…

I downloaded the Amazon mp3 app. Not too big of a deal. It’s almost 16.7 megabytes. All right, fine. In less than 25 minutes. Who cares?

Well, okay. I do.

Because this is huge.

A download of that size would have taken at least two hours on my computer, probably closer to three or four.

I told my brother “You know what this means?” He mentioned something about fast downloads and fumes. He’s darn hilarious.

It also means POSSIBILITY. Anyway…

Here’s the prompt for Fabulous Fiction Friday:

Think of something you want to experience, but never have. Now write about it, as if a character has done or achieved that thing.

For me, this was super-fast downloading of something in a house in the country. Okay. Maybe it’s a bit lame. But it’s also simple.

I can’t really tell you what you’d like to have a character accomplish either. Climbing a mountain, visiting a foreign country, learning a language, getting kidnapped by aliens (maybe not that last one).

This is fiction, but if you want to take steps to achieve what you wrote about, go ahead. You’ve already written it down, after all.

And if you’d like to post in the comments below if you follow these prompts, I’d like to hear your thoughts. Have they inspired you? Have you taken pieces from two or three for a story? Drop me a line.

In less than two weeks, December (and 2014) will be over.

Make it a great weekend, with great memories.

Until next time,

Ty

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About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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