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Old 03-19-2011, 04:32 PM   #1
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Beat Writers' Block (Open to everyone)

I've been wanting to get my fingers writing again the last few weeks but my muse has been lacking. The general advice is this: just start writing.

I'm going to set up a scene; one event, dozens of perspectives. Anybody at any moment can jump in. The idea is speed. throw something out there. Forget (to a reasonable extent) spelling, grammar, plot, rules and such. Words need to get on the pages.


There is a large central lobby at a hotel convention center. The room bustles with a hundred different conversations. Businessmen in a side room pour of charts and slides, a young family lounges by the pool. A cheerleading team from a local college has just gotten off the bus and they make their way to their rooms. Several couples eat quietly at the diner. One seems to glare icily at each other. Another sits with fingers intertwined and bodies tilted dangerously close to collapsing the table. A lone woman bickers aggresively into a cell phone. A sad looking man slumps into the bar.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:35 PM   #2
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Pick a character. Make something happen. Are these all complete strangers? Anything sinister going on? What is going through the head of this one or that one? Ask why. Ask how. What's the back story? Do seemingly unrelated people have a planned rendevous? Does somebody pull out a gun and shoot? Or maybe somebody pulls out a boombox with a disco CD and starts getting down. Just roll with it.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:43 PM   #3
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The gleeful, carefree chortles of children bouncing in the pool echo off the high skylight, revealing a cool bright early spring sun. A man in a dark, expensive suit glances over in annoyance, touching his ear piece... fucking kids. The young mother reads a particularly racy erotic novel by the pool... quite a shock for a purchase from an airport hotel stand.

It is early afternoon, the cafe is starting to clear out from the rush of the lunch crowd. In the back a stressed cook wipes the sweat from his brow, leering at the young cute new waitress, then sulks over to the walk-in freezer to cool off. The cheerleaders, a light airy bounce in their step, bob along toward the elevators. The sad looking man in the bar takes a slow sip of his whiskey. A row of dark late model sedans with fully tinted windows pulls up to the front entrance to the lobby.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:48 PM   #4
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The third guy on the left, the businessman at the table with the charts and graphs, looks ragged. He loosens his tie and takes another sip from the little cheap plastic water glasses...who in the hell drinks 3 ounces of water? There is one woman at the table, well put together, early 40's, confident, powerful. But this time she's not running the meeting... just staring dreamily out into the lobby, smiling at the sound of laughing children, the bustle of the crowds, and at nothing at all.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:54 PM   #5
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The man at the bar wears a hat, ragged, shapeless, maybe once something like a bowler. His drink shakes in his hand, empty again. The young waitress in the cafe goes out the back door for a smoke. If dad knew he'd be pissed, but the job sucks, people whining and demanding of you all day. The stressed cook exits the cooler and begins to walk to the back door. The suit, expensive, well-cut over broad shoulders stations himself at the corner of the room. The husband of the woman by the pool with the unexpectly racy novel lies napping on a chaise.
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Old 03-19-2011, 04:56 PM   #6
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In the timing of the story, no more than five minutes has gone by. I am leaving it up to random strangers on the forum to pick up a thread and start pulling on it. Come help break writers' block with me. Make something happen. Post at any time. Be anybody. Do anything.
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Old 03-19-2011, 05:04 PM   #7
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I'll keep this simple. Here is a list of characters. Name somebody. Give them a hair color, clothes, a demeanor. Put something in their pocket.

Angry couple, male
Angry couple, female
Loving couple, male
Loving couple, female
Power bitch on cell phone
Security guy in dark suit and earpiece
Cheerleader #1
Cheerleader #2
Cheerleader #3
Young mother at pool
Husband at pool
Sad man at bar
Young, new waitress
Stressed out cook
Driver of fancy car
Passenger in fancy car
Passenger in fancy car #2
Businessman, ragged
Businesswoman, dreamy
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Old 03-19-2011, 05:10 PM   #8
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Maybe the setting looks something like this

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Old 03-19-2011, 05:16 PM   #9
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Ok, that should be a good start. I'm off to work soon. Hopefully when I get back, some people will have jumped in. You don't have to write a novel. Post one paragraph, one sentence, one word. Make it horrible, pointless, lame, spontaneous. It can always get better later. Just write.

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Old 03-20-2011, 10:55 AM   #10
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Well, at the very least, it got me writing a little bit
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:56 PM   #11
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I'll give er a bump, while I decide my thread's fate. If you feel inspired, hop on in!
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Old 03-22-2011, 08:30 AM   #12
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She flirts with the cook for a moment... bantering slightly for a moment, a flutter of eyelashes here or there, a flash of thigh as she turned with the heavy tray of drinks and food. Little did anyone know this new waitress needed this job... very badly. She was up to her eyballs in debt ad the carefree wnoman the cook, and the clientele of this restaraunt had no idea how desperatley stressed out was.

She sighed and flipped her long blonde hair out of her eyes, and let the soft waves curl down her back before going out onto the floor again, drinks in hand, and serving them to the lonely looking buissness man.

She flitted from cstomer to customer, and then... sh saw someone she knew...
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She flirts with the cook for a moment... bantering slightly for a moment, a flutter of eyelashes here or there, a flash of thigh as she turned with the heavy tray of drinks and food. Little did anyone know this new waitress needed this job... very badly. She was up to her eyballs in debt ad the carefree wnoman the cook, and the clientele of this restaraunt had no idea how desperatley stressed out was.

She sighed and flipped her long blonde hair out of her eyes, and let the soft waves curl down her back before going out onto the floor again, drinks in hand, and serving them to the lonely looking buissness man.

She flitted from cstomer to customer, and then... sh saw someone she knew...
Jenna didn't seem to notice her old co-worker bustling by with the tray of drinks and overpriced salads. She was busy putting on her best show; gazing into his eyes, fingertips playing on the backs of his hands, chest arched. To the casual observer the two made a perfect couple, in love, maybe on a honeymoon. Of course they did. That is why she was such a high paid escort. "GFE" was an artform and she was Picasso.

No way she would recognize the invisible little waitress. So Jenna just kept hamming it up for the desperate schmuck with the shit-faced grin six inches away from her lips.

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Old 03-23-2011, 03:57 PM   #14
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Bump. I have some free time this afternoon. Feel free to jump on in.
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Old 03-27-2011, 07:20 AM   #15
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Old 04-02-2011, 02:52 PM   #16
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