March 2nd, 2009
So I’ve revived my manuscript-in-progress, quite surprised to find I’m further along than I thought. Plus, I’ve corralled the journals, scraps, and napkins that link my plot like a cotton candy locomotive, and I’m incorporating the airy tufts, making them real. Best of all, I started to muse again. Gosh darn, I love this story, even if it’s a simple yarn, even if it’s too complex, even if it’s flat, or too jumpy, even if it’s comprised of too many made-up words. Yep, even if. Let’s just say, opening the portal felt good.
But this is about you.
For this week’s PROMPTuesday, let’s assume your book is getting published. And that you need a dedication page.
What is your book about, who will you dedicate your book to and what will you say?
Write a story based on this prompt.
(Thanks to Fiction Addiction for the idea.)
Meanwhile, for the heretofore unPROMPTless, here’s the skinny (I use this term non-personagraphically): PROMPTuesday is a once-a-week deal where I issue a creative writing prompt and hope that people take it and run. PROMPTuesday submissions appear in the comment box below the PROMPT post for all to read. It’s the most fun. (And there’s a lot of talent out there.)
To read PROMPTuesdays gone by, please click here.