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Old Story Ideas: A Girl And Her Dog

So, today I’m going to share a few of my old story ideas. Maybe they were stories I started but dropped or lost interest in for whatever reason, or maybe I just never developed them much past the original thought. In this case, at least I do have a picture to show you (as when I had the idea I quickly rigged up a little scene and render in Poser as things like that usually help me focus my mind more):

So the story idea here was pretty simple –

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coutelier:

Have a nice but fairly long extract from the current draft of my WIP:

Kaya didn’t know how much further they had to go. The
building they were in was huge, bigger than it had appeared from outside as
several floors were below ground.

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Have a nice but fairly long extract from the current draft of my WIP:

Kaya didn’t know how much further they had to go. The
building they were in was huge, bigger than it had appeared from outside as
several floors were below ground.

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sciencefriday:

Science fiction authors discuss the lessons you can learn from writing about dystopias.

Science fiction, speculative fiction, fantasy—whatever the genre, authors of these books are in the business of creating great stories in other worlds that aren’t like our own.

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Best invention of all time?

It may be a bit obvious, but I’m going to say the best invention ever is the wheel.

Why? Because it works. I mean really works. iTunes I can’t get my head around after the last update, but wheels still do their job. A single wheel, of course,

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Is there any animal that hasn’t been made into a monster in fiction? We’ve had sharks, birds, rabbits, sheep, ants, apes, butterflies…

Horses? Has there been a story yet where horses rise up and turn on mankind? I mean there have been some demonic horses I suppose.

What about Alpacas?

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This is all I got written today:

Jennifer was afraid of that.
She hated just chatting.  She
never knew what to chat about.  She
already knew what the weather was like, and she didn’t know Sayuri’s family
well enough to ask about them.  

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Why might Aliens invade Earth?

coutelier:

coutelier:

I’ve seen some discussion about this recently.  Trouble is we can only speculate on what an Alien civilization’s motives might be, since we’ve never actually encountered any.  We can speculate based on how our own history has been,

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Why might Aliens invade Earth?

coutelier:

I’ve seen some discussion about this recently.  Trouble is we can only speculate on what an Alien civilization’s motives might be, since we’ve never actually encountered any.  We can speculate based on how our own history has been, or might have been.  Human wars are mostly over resources,

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Why might Aliens invade Earth?

I’ve seen some discussion about this recently.  Trouble is we can only speculate on what an Alien civilization’s motives might be, since we’ve never actually encountered any.  We can speculate based on how our own history has been, or might have been.  Human wars are mostly over resources, territory, or religion (and just occasionally because someone’s girlfriend ran off with someone else).

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