The Honey Pot

The universe is not made of atoms.
It’s made of tiny stories.

The universe is not made of atoms.

It’s made of tiny stories.

(Source: inspire-quote.com, via closeskies)

"It’s very different for each show. With Doctor Who I’m thinking of how I can get people to be scared I suppose: what’s the monster this week, what’s the adventure, what’s the fastest way we can start the story, how soon can I get Matt Smith running is probably the focus there. With Sherlock it’s different because Mark [Gatiss] and I sit around wondering which one are we going to do this year, which bits of the original haven’t been touched."

friday-fiction:

Today is #FridayFiction!

#FridayFiction is a flash fiction workshop that runs every week on Twitter from 3 - 6 p.m. PST, facilitated by Richard Hugo House. Each week, we pick a theme and create a story based off of that theme. We share it with the community of #fridayfiction writers by using the tag in our tweets. You can contribute more than one story. You can use the same character in every story, or multiple characters. The important thing is that your story, with the tag #FridayFiction, not exceed the 140 character limit that Twitter sets.

Why do we do this?

Flash fiction gives us a chance to re-examine our language in a way that we normally wouldn’t be able to do. The confines of the tweet force us to think of different ways of saying something, finding the word that communicates the biggest idea in the shortest way, and using Twitter allows us to find other writers on social media.

For more on why we write flash fiction and use Twitter to do it, read “Exercises in Brevity” on our website.

Last week’s #FridayFiction was themed “Grief”.

Click on the pictures above to see an expanded view of the stories our amazing community of writers shared with us during our last #FridayFiction. Some of the stories brought tears to my eyes!

This week’s prompt is “Adventure”.

Write about a character embarking on or in the middle of a great adventure.

Is he or she in danger?

Is your character wide-eyed and optimistic about the prospect of the adventure or reluctant in a “I’m too old for this sh*t” vein?

Where’s the danger coming from? How quickly can you resolve it in the space of a single tweet?

Experiment with POV, different characters, and write more than one story! Writing within the confines of a tweet is difficult, but it gets you into an incredible mindset. Find the right words to create the mood, the plot and convey character in as short a way as you can.

Also, try and interact with the community! Every week, a lot of amazing writers gather together and share their stories. These people don’t just offer up great stories, they are great people to follow throughout the rest of the week as well. Being on Twitter is all about curating the conversation you want to be apart of and this is a great way to meet people who love being creative.

Hope to see you and your flash fiction on Friday afternoon!

(via clairesalcedo)

clairesalcedo:

badwolfcomplex:

Never not reblog.

Except, I would like to befriend the dragon. So that we may go on adventures and quests!

(Source: timetravelingscamp)

felixinclusis:

fuckyeahpsychedelics: Unleashed Imagination by Enkel Dika

"No story lives unless someone wants to listen…the stories we love best do live in us forever. So whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home."

"No story lives unless someone wants to listen…the stories we love best do live in us forever. So whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home."

(via sexywellreadblonde)

nprfreshair:

Periodic Table Of Storytelling (via coudal)
micasaessucasa:

(via Creative Children’s Book Bed - My Modern Metropolis)

I’ve been in bed for over 15 minutes.
I’m having a horrible reaction to this week.
I think I’m allergic to this week.

micasaessucasa:

(via Creative Children’s Book Bed - My Modern Metropolis)

I’ve been in bed for over 15 minutes.

I’m having a horrible reaction to this week.

I think I’m allergic to this week.

"When a person is lucky enough to live inside a story, to live inside an imaginary world, the pains of this world disappear. For as long as the story goes on, reality no longer exists."
— Paul Auster (via thingsgohazy) (via ialwayssayinterestingthings) (via adnauseam)