Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Daily Writing Prompt

The rules are simple. Set your timer for ten minutes. Begin to write and include the prompt somewhere in your mini story. The word he or she can be changed to reflect whatever gender you want to use. Optional: Share your writing prompt in the comment section. Write everyday.
Today's prompt is:

I only need two more.
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Leah DeGarmo is a veterinarian who can cure with a touch. For years, she's hidden her powers from the world. Now, the wrong people have found out, and they'll do anything to capture her. When they kill the man she loves, it ignites a dark rage inside her and unleashes her power to kill, transforming her into a demon of retribution. Leah resurrects her lover and exacts a terrible revenge against her enemies. Only once she starts, it's hard to stop. Does she control this new power or does it control her?

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  1. “Hurry it up,” Fred hissed.
    “Shut up. You aren’t helping with your griping.” Mavis dropped the cylinder in the box with the skill of a surgeon. She kept her voice low and level. “I only need two more.”
    Fred stamped to the corner of the room and sank to his haunches. “You’re going to run out of time. Where are you going to find the other two? It’s not as if they are sitting in plain view.”
    Mavis stood and wiped her hands across her backside. She gazed at the colage painted on the wall before her. Geometric shapes covered the wall in a chaotic pattern with colors as random as the shapes.
    Fred started pulling at the points of his spiked green hair. “If we don’t find those pieces, we’re fried.”
    Mavis reached into her back pocket and pulled out a pair of dark lensed glasses. She closed her eyes and put them on. Her hands reached out as if she was about to take flight. “If you say one more word, I’m going to cut off your head.
    “Will you be cutting off my head before or after the electrical currents run through our brains?”
    “Still not helping.”
    She could see the lines on the wall defined clearly and see which were flat and which curved inward.