Hi everyone! How's your week going? I've been busy editing The Last Legacy. I've just started writing Finding Sam and can't wait to share it. I don't know whether it will be a full length novel or novella yet, but it will be satisfying, promise. :) Sales have been crazy high, so if you've helped, THANK YOU! I have four covers to share with you all! Yes, FOUR. The Last Legacy gets released Friday (though I did a special sneak peek for my facebook fans). After that it's up to you all. What do you want to see first? The Last Legacy: Season Two, Finding Sam, or Fallout: Attraction? I'll make a poll, so scroll down and vote! :) Now, let's get to prompting.
Prompt Seventy-One- My Place
This is going to be a tough one. In 400 words or less, write about your ideal place to be. It can be a state of mind or physical place. Make sure you stay under the word-cap. That's the hard part. Let's see if I can manage...
I wouldn’t want many people, perhaps my husband only. There’d be nothing weighing us down. We’d be in a world of our own, no responsibilities, no deadlines or long hours. But we’d have a way to transport our friends and family into our realm. However, due to the rules, they’d only be able to visit no longer than two days in a row. We’d call it some sort of dimensional barter.
There’d be tons of outdoor space with open grass pastures and giant oaks that would shade us against the sun. But it never would get too hot or cold, always mild with no precipitation—unless of course we wanted some. We would be able to control the weather.
We’d have a perfect sized house. I’d be able to have a study with walls of bookshelves, always restocking with the latest releases in my favorite genres. My husband would have a full stocked gym with anything he could imagine. But it wouldn’t be over the stop. It would still feel like home and be decorated in pictures.
Money doesn’t exist here. I never said it was a real place. Things just happened, food magically became stocked, clothes appeared. All food—even pizza and ice-cream—was good for you. You never changed shape or aged, though I wouldn’t want to live forever. I supposed it would be another thing for us to control.
With the snap of our fingers, friends would appear. When they were in our realm, they didn’t age either, and they could control what they wanted to do. They’d have another body in the real world who did their tasks so they didn’t lose money either. We’d imagine a bar and it would appear right beside the house. We’d imagine a guest bedroom and what do you know, it would be there.
The best thing about our realm is that we could be together all the time while having access to our favorite things. No work shifts made it impossible to talk for a day. No bills to create tension. No extra pressures from people to make things their way. Everyone always got what they needed, whether that be a drink or pure happiness. The possibilities were endless.
PS I clocked in at 370 :) Yippee.
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