Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Writing Resource' started by FirstSentence, Jan 1, 2008.
Final Sentence as in being the last sentence in the story, right?
Sorry to hear about work.
Coo, I'm envisioning an explosive and quite long vignette. I think I have the perfect OCs too.
And it's not really that much of a problem, I just haven't really had any time in the past 9 months
I bet I can come up with something for that, I thought you meant final, as in no more after this.
This sentence has made me come up with the coolest story ever.
I'm actually setting aside everything else to get this finished.
I've got an entry
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/beyond_the_saga/b10477/30348086/p1/]An Insignificant Thing[/link]
Sorry, didn't mean to frighten you with that thought
I'm ecstatic that it's worked so well with your muse! Can't wait to see the end result
And now, to catch up on my reading of entries....
I have got an entry and it begins with an older "First sentence" and ends with the last sentence.
I thought I'd already posted this question this afternoon. See how my mind wanders off on its own sometimes?
Anyway, does the story have to be a vig? Or can it be more than one part?
Because this would be a very looooooong vig if it has to be a short story.
Nope, the story doesn't have to be a vig.
In fact, one of my older stories ([link=http://boards.theforce.net/beyond_the_saga/b10477/23477582/r23492564/]Pleasure & Pain[/link]) started off as a 1st Sentence Viggie. Amusingly enough, it was a final-sentence entry as well
Here's this week sentence. I'm trying to get the PM Machine working so I have no fun little statements about this... just hope ya'll enjoy it
And now, back to my coding...
[blockquote]I was twenty-three, I was invincible, because you are when you?re twenty-three, the fact is, life sometimes traps you; sometimes there is no way out and there is no chance to escape; sometimes there is; sometimes you can get away... sometimes you die. -- Memory Sticks by Wood Ingham [/blockquote]
An older first sentence was used for this small one post
Awesome quote!! And here's [link=http://boards.theforce.net/the_saga/b10476/30393486/p1/]I Was Invincible[/i]
And here is my story with the challenge and also including the Disney challenge
I'm totally new to this, but my cat woke me up and I couldn't get back to sleep so, naturally, JC time! I read the quote, and came up with this:
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/beyond_the_saga/b10477/30407036/p1/]We Were Invincible[/link]
I changed the punctuation in the sentence, though. So now it's technically several sentences. Is that allowed?
Another quick sentence as I struggle with the PM Tool...
[blockquote]?I don?t think you quite understand the importance of the next words the come out of your mouth.? (donated by brodiew)[/blockquote]
Hmm...you know what, to me this just screams prank war! I might have to do something about that....
And I'm still stuck writing the Last Sentence Challenge with the kiss. And here you bring along this awesome sentence! Shame on you!
It may be obvious but I meant ...'next words that come out of your mouth.'
y'know, I've been looking at that sentence for months in the Sentence File I have, but it's NEVER struck me that it was grammatically incorrect ...
Done and done! Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/the_saga/b10476/30426627/p1]Of Truth, Justice and the Pursuit of the Perfect Prank[/link]
I've been reading the We Hav to Take a Trip With Jacen Solo thread over in lit. As such, this particular sentence just jumped right off the page at me, and made sense.... enjoy!
[blockquote]Then he was down the elevator and back on the sunny plaza, and hovering all around him were the worlds of art and science that all these beings were busy building, and he thought, What if I can have it all? -- Rainbow's End by Vernor Vinge[/blockquote]
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/literature/b10003/28502184/p1/?1232]We Hav to Take a Trip With Jacen Solo[/link]
Sorry, I was offline spending time with my Beloved Wife and watching Stargate: Universe, and I kind of failed to post this last night. But, hey, I'm here now, I've got a sentence from you, and I can't wait to see what comes bout from it!
[blockquote]She learned on the balcony railing, waiting for the end of the world. -- Otherland Volume Three: Mountain of Black Glass by Tad Williams[/blockquote]