Tuesday, July 15, 2014


I have been thinking (something not new at all) and I have come up with an idea (another regular occurrence). This involves you (yes, all of you who like to write) and me. So, I thought it would be fun to do a little collaborative writing thing for the fun of it. Here's my idea, I will create a random scene (or use one I have already written) and have different people rewrite the same scene from different people's perspectives (which will be called Perceptions). Maybe your character wasn't even in my scene, maybe they were watching the scene from a distance. Maybe your character is an animal who is trying to understand what is going on. Maybe your character wrote a poem after this scene explaining what happened, how it made them feel, etc. Maybe your character picks up on things that my character never saw, heard, or thought worth mentioning. Maybe your character leaves in the middle of my scene and goes off to do something different, or your character goes past where I left off. The possibilities are endless. All you have to do is pick a character, comment, email, facebook, text, tweet, (contact me somehow) what character you're doing, then when you're done, send me your part and I'll post it on here for all to see. Or you can do it just for fun and I can not post it if you prefer. My email is southboundvideos@aol.com. I hope this is fun! I will post the scene sometime this week. :)

Monday, July 14, 2014

Talent At Its Peak

Fluffy the Unicorn

Written By: Margaret Sensenig and Jonyo Hull
Plot Assistant: Nathan King 
Published By: Members Of The Whale 
Dedicated To: Mason Miller’s Unicorn 
Special Thanks To: Julia Pritchard's iPhone 

"Their best work put on display," says the CEO of Mythical Creature Times, Nicholas Shoff. 

     Fluffy was fluffy. Fluffy had pink hair. Fluffy had a long, long horn. Fluffy loved to dance. Fluffy was a boy. One day Fluffy danced in the rain, and his pretty pink hair got all messed up so he went home and cried. He was so upset because once his hair was messed up, there was no going back. So he cried. And he cried all night long. This was because his hair was messed up. His hair was messed up because he danced in the rain. Fluffy was a boy. He died. He shouldn't have danced in the rain. The End.