FF - The ghosts of Titanic finally came ashore.

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FF - The ghosts of Titanic finally came ashore.

Postby JillStar » Sat Dec 06, 2008 10:33 am

jillstar wrote: Fast Fiction is just that... fiction written fast. Please visit What is FAST FICTION for more information.

Look at the subject for today's Fast Fiction at the end of this post... once you have the slightest beginning to your story… begin to write. Don't stop to ponder the meaning behind your writing or try to "fix" it so it's perfect... just write.

If you want to include your Fast Fiction finished product on WordTrip, simply add it to this thread. We would love it!

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... try to stick to the 30 minutes time limit... ready, set... WRITE!

SUBJECT: The ghosts of Titanic finally came ashore.
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Postby timberline » Thu Dec 11, 2008 2:46 pm

A yummy proposition. Do they know they're ghosts or simply believe they're passengers on a ship delayed for a century?
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Postby LizGrayson » Tue Dec 16, 2008 2:34 pm

This reminds me of the scene in Ghostbusters II when the Titanic comes back as all the ghosts are taking over Manhatten.

Of course, I'll have to think of something a bit more original for my story. LOL.
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Postby Jamie Ford » Wed Dec 17, 2008 9:07 am

Cool prompt. There's something beautifully creepy about souls lost at sea.
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