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Batman is everyman’s hero. He wasn’t born with any superpowers; he doesn’t have any special abilities. He just uses what he was born with, getting by on his detective skills, brute strength, and martial arts knowledge. But wait, wait there’s more… Fortunately, he was also born with a massive monetary inheritance that afforded him a […]Read More What’s Batman Really Hiding in His Utility Belt?
WRITING CHALLENGE! Can you do it?Read More Writing Challenge: Re-statement
Yesterday it happened. It’s the same thing that happens to us all in moments of darkness and despair, those epochs of woefully terrifying boredom. That’s right. I watched daytime TV.Read More Writing Challenge: Steve Harvey’s Mustache
Here is a short story I wrote a few months back. Let me know what you think. The Big Red Button of Doom The room was pale white, not pasty (like my skin) but dull (like my voice). It held three objects: a man, a chair, and a big red button. For the man, whose […]Read More The Big Red Button of Doom
I saw Shakespeare’s Hamlet a few years back. It was a performance in the park. It was on a weeknight, and it lasted until 10 p.m., which is way too late for a weeknight. I usually like to be in bed by ten o’clock on school nights, so near the end I began to fade. […]Read More The Difficulties of Reading Shakespeare
Write a “dialogue” between two characters, only one of whom can speak. Here is the catch: write only the words of the one, only the appearance and actions of the other.Read More Writing Challenge: Dialogue between two characters