Date: January 01, 2018 04:32 pm Title: Slip
The twist, twist, twist works well to heighten the suspense. As a writing teacher of middle schoolers, the biggest complaint I hear is "I don' know what to write about" or " I don't know how to start" Continuing a story like this is an excellent activity. Even making them write a word 3 times produces some amazing works. Possible challenge" Drip,drip,drip. Jealous,jealous,jealous. Rock, rock,rock?
Author's Response: Yeah, I actually teach writing too, and you're right, this is a great way to approach writers' block, or even the simple refusal to think about a prompt. Thanks for reading.
Date: November 11, 2017 11:26 am Title: Slip
Pam did do an awful lot of ring twisting didn't she? I could definitely see these thoughts going through her mind, especially the unconscious thoughts of the ring going from something she felt incomplete without to something that felt like a burden. A nice little fic, thank you for sharing :-)
Author's Response: Thanks for the feedback! You always have such clearly expressed thoughts, I really appreciate them.
Date: October 30, 2017 07:21 am Title: Slip
In my mind this really could have been set at any time that we knew Pam while she was still with Roy. She was far too dependent on him but not near as emotionally attached as she would like to have thought. Without her realizing it, it all shifted to another mans smile.
Author's Response: Thank you! That's really precisely the effect I was going for, that we could be anywhere pre-Casino Night.