Believe What You Want

Hello Beautiful Thinkers,

I just finished reading H.G. Wells The Time Machine. I was familiar with the basic concept and elements of the story from having seen movies based on the book but as with most instance the book and movies are a bit different. The part of the story that most of us can probably relate to is the Time Traveler’s desire to tell his story. He genuinely doesn’t seem to care if they actually believe him but he wants to tell them the story anyway. Write a scene in which your character doesn’t care whether or not she’s believe but is relieved to be able to tell a story. What makes the story unbelievable? How long has your character felt the need to tell this story to someone? Did she wait for a specific person to tell it to or has she told many people because she wants to spread the story.

Keep Dreaming Beautiful Thinkers,

The Boy In The Heart Shades

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