I think I like this because of the shock factor. If I used this it would probably be the very first or very last lines of a story.

I think I like this because of the shock factor. If I used this it would probably be the very first or very last lines of a story.

Mystery Writing Prompts-Mar2017-They were known as The Faceless and they knew everything.

Mystery Writing Prompts-Mar2017-They were known as The Faceless and they knew everything.

Someone walks by your table and drops a folded napkin in front of you, trying to be discreet. It's a note saying, "Get out now, while you still can."

A folded napkin.

Blog Post // Scribbles of a Writing Maverick : Story Starter Sundays #6

Blog Post // Scribbles of a Writing Maverick : Story Starter Sundays #6

Wow this is actually really cool I'd read the hell out of that but I don't think I would be able to write that type of story :(

Won’t wake up.

He was hopelessly in love with her and went a little over board while stalking her. She was forced to move but now that he found her there was no way to escape.

He was hopelessly in love with her and went a little over board while stalking her. She was forced to move but now that he found her there was no way to escape.

Hate to sink all y'all's boat here, but what if the guy says that to his dying sibling, friend, girlfriend, or family member? Just think, I could totally use this to end Orphic or Lacuna and make everyone hate me.

Hate to sink all y'all's boat here, but what if the guy says that to his dying sibling, friend, girlfriend, or family member? Just think, I could totally use this to end Orphic or Lacuna and make everyone hate me.

The Sarcastic Muse Writing Community : Photo

The Sarcastic Muse Writing Community : Photo

“Story Starter” “It was dark. Not pitch black, but some greenish darkness that barely allowed shapes to form. All I could smell was the tang of seaweed, all I could hear the breaking of waves.

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