Well, I finished my reading in Rhonheimer’s The Perspective of Morality today. I was a day late from my original plan, but Alayna and I took the day off on Monday. We went to see Jurassic World (which I loved and Alayna hated), took walks, got ice cream, and generally just enjoyed ourselves. So, today I’m starting into Rhonheimer’s Natural Law and Practical Reason and then it’s on to Pope. Anyway, I hope that you are all having a wonderful day! I know that you’re here for a scene challenge. If you can’t remember the rules, I’ll provide them: I provide you with specific rules for how to write a particular scene.  Try to keep your scene under five hundred words, and try to keep it in the same tone as the introduction.  If I give a line that is very dark and depressing, then I don’t want to see a scene about a drunken monkey in a tutu…it just doesn’t fit.  If I do give you a line about a drunken monkey in a tutu, then you should probably try for a funny scene.

Your rules: You task this week is to write a scene of at least 300 words in sentences of no more than six words. If you’ve been following the blog then you’ve seen this challenge before. Remember to make sure that the scene is grammatically correct, and that it flows well. Again, you might want to give it to a grammar nazi after you finish to make sure that your grammar is solid. Your cue: “I just lost it…”

4 thoughts on “Scene Challenge of the Week

      1. I think that i can not on your site, and my laptop is tecnicol not in order, what’s very pitty is for me. But do you read the blog’s on volgutopia? What my website is?.

        1. I’ve read several of the stories that you’ve posted, but I have trouble understanding you’re English, which makes them very difficult to follow. As I’ve said in the past, I think the most important thing for you to work on is your grammar, and I’m afraid that I’m not a grammar guru. Do you have anyone in your local area that teaches English grammar? A university perhaps?

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