My brain is fried. Cause: I'm trying to finish a Summer Reading book by a miss Zora Neale Hurston. Nothing is wrong with Their Eyes Were Watching God, but it is a bit slow to start and the dialect is Southern. 'Nuff said. I can say this because I am from the South and know how people spoke a long time ago. :) Therefore you can see how reading "Ah'm" instead of "I'm" begins to burn after a while. lol!
Because procrastination is my friend, I decided to write an unplanned blog post.
Why have I put up a picture of a milkshake, you ask? Well, because I like milkshakes, silly! No, it's because I wanted to let you know of a writing propmt I'm thinking about using sometime for an Airbender FanFiction.
Yummy, right? Although I don't think it'd be enough to have Princess Azula or Prince Zuko eating chocolate. :D Or me eating it as I write-- though that sounds like an added bonus. Tell me, how do writing prompts work exactly? Do I title scenes using words to describe chocolate? Put chocolate in the story itself? Or perhaps I could use the description of chocolate (i.e. smooth, dark, sweet, bitter) to prompt what I write?
Silly writer, can't figure out how prompts work! :)
I'm off to read!
P.S. Thanks to the people of Goodreads.com Writers Who Are Children group for pointing out that my blog could use more pictures.