Category Archives: SYTYCT

Fix me

Hello guys! So this is my version of the last SYTYCT (refer to previous post). I encourage you to listen to the song that inspired this piece before/while reading the piece. I’ll include the download link again. I hope you … Continue reading

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So You Think You Can Think(5)

Hey guys! I am very happy to say SYTYCT is BACKKKK!!!!!. For the newbies, it’s the acronym for the name of this post and it’s a series I ran on the blog where people completed stories from a few given … Continue reading

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The Season of Loss!!!

The room was dark except for the eerie glow that came from the silver scroll. It floated above theĀ cauldronĀ in the center of the room. Ten hooded figures stood in the room but only three hooded figures were brought into light … Continue reading

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So You Think You Can Think(4)

Heyyy guys!!!!!!!! I’m guessing by now we all know what SYTYCT is all about. Incase you don’t, its just a way to test your creative prowess. You’ll be given a random part of a story and its up to you … Continue reading

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P Receiver!!!

Major apologies to everyone that’s been waiting for my SYTYCT3 post. I said I won’t give any excuses so please accept my apology. Here goes “something”…….. His eyes fluttered open. The bright bolt of sunlight that flooded the room stung … Continue reading

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So You Think You Can Think(3)

Hello beautiful readers!!!!(Yea I’m all chirpy this morning). Sooooo SYTYCT is back!!!! The third episode of what promises to be a long run. If you haven’t read the others, take a minute to go through the archives. As usual, I’ll … Continue reading

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What are the odds???

“How may I help you sir?” asked Amanda of the immaculately dressed young man seated infront of her. Pacific Central bank was a great place to work in as far as she was concerned. Everyday she was sure of meeting … Continue reading

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