Each month, write a new collection.
The pier late at night. Couple breaking up.
Yoga studio with strict teacher and flaky student
That is some built in tension!
The dog beach. Girl working on her tan and an incredibly excited German Shepherd.
The german shepherd is going to be a very difficult antagonist unless the story is very short. Could you give him and owner?
Who says the German Shepherd is my antagonist?Just kidding. He does have an owner--but you only asked for two characters, so I only told you two.
These are fantastic. They're good settings and good characters! DId you like the bear?
I loved your bear
I'm going to go with a train station. A guard and a homeless person as my characters. I'm blaming my desire to write in a train station to it being September 1st and that I recently read "Hallow City", which had an a amazing train station scene in it.The bear was adorable.
I haven't seen the movie. I'm kind of isolated out here and don't know what's coming out. I'll check it out now. That, by the way, is a great setting!
Suburban playground. Two parents.
Yes! That's clear tension already!
The LA County Fair. A young boy and his grandfather.
Walking along an irrigation canal in the dawn hours. A nerd and his dog, and a twisted, stumbling person in the distance
That's a really Central Valley kind of setting. Great!
A day late, but... A woman in a tavern approached by a man concerning a job. Going with a fantasy setting.
I like that. I hadn't even thought about fantasy and love to see you working on that!!!
Eight days late...the current record!Setting: A casino in LaughlinProtagonist: Glenda, a woman who inexplicably and easily drains slot machinesAntagonist: Trevor, a security guard hoping for promotion by discovering Glenda's costly winning streak