Me likey! :D
Uh oh . . . I think it's time to bring out the candy.
Wow, talk about fate! I've been working all week on my blog so I could sign up for the Chrysalis Experiment. A few weeks ago I remembered a snippet of a dream and it's been stuck in my brain as the seed of a story. And then this morning the first paragraph popped into my consciousness when I woke up. It all had to do with the ocean! Someone out there is telling me something!So yes, I'm a newbie! My survey can be found here: http://literarydependent.wordpress.com/2011/03/29/the-chrysalis-experiment/
Hmm... maybe I could do a companion story to Midas? Yes, I can see it now. I'll show how Marigold came back to him!
Hi Caitrin! Welcome to the lab. I'll add your name to our list of participants. And yes, you'll find that Winter is often psychic!!Yay! I was just thinking about Midas.
YAY, welcome Caitrin! :D
P.S. Welcome Anna too!! :D
Hellooo.Sorry for the late comment. My computer is seriously old and not the best:)I'll give it my best shot!
DONE!:)http://anillustratedwriter.blogspot.com/2011/03/chrysalis-experiment-prompt-13_30.html^not very good by the way. Really didn't like the end result.
Oh my. Mine's turning out all dark and weird!
Once again, I haven't even started mine :P I have to do it tonight or I won't have time.
Mine's up: http://steamandink.blogspot.com/p/chrysalis-experiment.htmlHuh, and I thought I was going to write a cheerful one this week! Moral of the story: don't read The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen before embarking on creative endeavours. Unless you want to end up with a dark allegory about death and grieving. ;)
Mine's done too. Don't worry, Caitrin. I don't like most anything of mine by the time I'm done, lol. Anderson's versions of stories did seem much more grim than, err...the Grimms', right?
O! Wait, I meant Anne. Dam*it. Sorry!
Word verification is ON because this blog is closed and I hate spam, which I was getting some of. SORRY :( I do hate those captcha things with a deadly vehemence.