Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Writing Resource' started by FirstSentence, Jan 1, 2008.
Do we have to use the latest sentence or can we use any of the older ones?
I have one for the last first sentence challenge
Diamonds are a girl?s best friend
and it is [link=http://boards.theforce.net/the_saga/b10476/29022545]Survivor[/link]
inspired by the Olympics
Hey, I've heard a lot about this thread and I've finally gathered enough patience to read it all through, but I think I'll go to a past sentence tocheck my nerves for next challenge, but I just want to make it seem like I don't appear out of nowhere.
Ipod, why not Iseed, Ipad, Isoup?
you can use any of the sentences at any time.
and don't forget the meta-challenge of writing a multi-chapter story where the first sentence of every post is a sentence from out lists.
I've got an entry for the sentence
Diamands are a girl's best friend.
The only character are OCs so yeah.
After a week on the beach with my bosses, this sentence just seemed appropriate.
[blockquote]A man I knew once told me that he was a drunk because you can be anything when you are a drunk, including a poet.[/blockquote]
May I join in?
but of course, it's open to one an all
Yes, I've had a plot bunny for years!
Here's a response from a few sentences ago.
OK, how about th[link=http://boards.theforce.net/the_saga/b10476/29113485/p1/?0]i[/link]s? I know I'll be expanding on it though.
Hey peoples. Was skimming through the options and one stood out to me:
15: Have you ever seen a Wookiee with the Shistavanen flu?
So I decided to put fingers to keyboard, and this is what I came up with:
Couldn't find this bad boy, so I'm upping it.
Why is this thread almost dead? Come on, guys, I need sentences!!!
Yeah... we are so alone.
I have a new vignette for the First sentence challenge
?Have you ever seen a Wookiee with the Shistavanen flu?? was taken
Sorry about the delay in getting this out, but it's been a hectic two months. Thanks to brodiew for the sentence.
[blockquote]The letter she gripped in trembling hands was the culmination of years of apathy, indecision, misunderstanding, and squandered opportunities.[/blockquote]
Hope you all enjoy the new sentence!
[blockquote]It was getting cold now, out here in the depths of the void, she wondered how much longer she had until the life-support gave out.[/blockquote]
I love 'em!
I'm considering writing a story dealing with the reaction of some wealthy Coruscanti to Palpatine declaring himself Emperor over the Holonet.
A few first sentence ideas:
"So, instead of declaring the war over and stepping down, Palpatine instead is choosing to do... this?"
The normal polite party sounds were only slightly dimmed by the Holonet's notification of a special speech from Chancellor Palpatine; by the end of the speech, the room was dead silent.
The decision to leave behind the only life they had ever known in exchange for one of running and fighting began as most decisions do; over selecting the best kind of appetizers.
Howdy everybody! I've never done one of these before so I thought I'd give it a try.
I used the newest quote, and here's the product of my madness.
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/Message.aspx?topic=29542732&brd=10477&replies=0]Blame and Beauty[/link]
Please let me know what you think!
Good one, angry_bendu1! Very well written!
Here's my first attempt at the First Sentence challenge, using the quote:
A man I knew once told me that he was a drunk because you can be anything when you are a drunk, including a poet.
[link=http://boards.theforce.net/the_saga/b10476/29546305/p1/] Too Many Eyeblasters [/link]
Sorry for the month-long forgetfulness, but it's the holidays and I'm just utterly and totally slammed at work. Which of course makes one long for years gone by, when the world was simpler, and back when, I for one, never thought I'd grow up.
So, imagine my glee when I was perusing my list o'sentences and found one that reminded me of Peter Pan. Anyways, without further ado, here is the latest sentence:
[blockquote]To die will be a great adventure.[/blockquote]
Sorry, I meant for this to be put up yesterday morning. Unfortunately those bundles of energy which I call "children" prevented me from doing so.
Anyways, only a day late, but here's your Christmas bonus sentence:
[blockquote]We plunged into the cornucopia quivering with desire and the ecstasy of unbridled avarice. [/blockquote]
Here it is, the final sentence of 2008!!! May you all produce wonderful fiction for me to read
[blockquote]Someday, a man was going to love the tight spirals in her hair as much as the tight formations she flew.[/blockquote]
It's been a bit since I've done one of these, so I thought I'd crank one out: