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Rated: ASR · Book · Entertainment · #977405
Entries for Blog City are here and maybe other surprises.
#916280 added July 28, 2017 at 12:21pm
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Recurring Dream, Game Of Thrones
BCOF Prompt: Who is playing Game Of Thrones? Why or Why not? What is your favorite part of Games Of Thrones?

I am playing Game Of Thrones for Blog City, Lyn and Joy. We won third place two years in a row and fourth last year. I hope we come in second this year. I don't ask for First place but it would be nice. The reviews are hard to do but interactive stories are fun. Sending greetings to other players. I like doing that. Winning a Merit Badge is nice. Only if we win First, Second or Third.

Blog City Prompt: "I had my recurring dream last night. I guess I should have expected it. It comes to me when I struggle. When I twist on my own personal hook and try to pretend nothing unusual is happening." Octivia Butler

What's your take on what the author is trying to say? Do you think this is a great opening for a book? Why or why not?

I have weird dreams all the time. I dream of people I never met. Dreams can be the key to the future or not be anything. When we worry, we do have dreams about what is bothering us and hope for a happy ending. We try to pretend nothing is wrong but if we know differently, we can't hide from ourselves and a dream can pick up on it.

The above statement is a great opening for a book. A writer can write in any genre and use the statement for a story. A reader will want to read more. It says: "Enter. You are in for a treat and a great story. This will make you think of what is going in your life."

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