I have never written before, thus I am a bad writer, furthermore I have no idea what I should write, earlier, I had a cluster headache. Cluster headaches are known to be the most painful type of headache and can last from 15 minutes to 1 hour. Personally I hate cluster headaches and in some cases they can make people (not me) suicidal Also I have to use o alot so I will right now O honestly this is very confusing, and as you can see, I'm a terrible writer, this hasn't improved me at all. But they say practice makes perfect. Anyways, five minutes on the clock, no idea what to do, I'm going to actually write something Now.
It was a rainy night, A man was in his car eating some pudding. He was driving down a rainy, dark country road when his car broke down. He put his jacket on and grabbed a flashlight to see what the issue was. He opened the hood of the car when he heard something being him, he turned around and there was a person standing there. Before he could react he was hit on the head.
Later, he awakened on a strange bed, unaware of where he was, he stands up and knocks a table, causing a vase to shutter. He hears rapid footsteps, he scrambles for a place to hide, seeing the closet he rushes to hide in it. A seemingly small and frail old woman opens the door to see what the noise was, she notices the previously occupied bed now empty, with that she is alert and she says "where are you, sonny boy?"
The man is sweating in the closet, the woman leaves as he hears footsteps getting quieter. He leaves the closet and peaks out the door. "No one there" he whispers. He opens the door and goes down a hall. He needs to escape. Now. TBC
The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:
Begin Start typing to begin
Words Reach 50 words
Event A murder needs to be solved
Prop Include a comic book
Words Reach 100 words
Character A methodical roofer
Event War is declared
Prop Include a container of pudding
Words Reach 200 words
Character An adventurous television presenter
Event A glass shatters
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