EXERCISE Plot Practice: Week 7, Crime

Discussion in 'REFINING WRITING' started by The Mood is Write, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. Everyone loves plotting! Plotting is a fabulous way to find new ideas, breathe new life into old ones, and otherwise just have a really good time.

    I'm going to throw three basic plots (in various formats) a week, and users are welcome to post their takes and what they'd do with any given plot.

    1. Criminal x Law
    2. Murder the Hypotenuse
    3. Illegal love turns legal.




    Below are my examples.

    1. Criminal x Law

      Mand, a lifelong criminal, is freed from prison for the time being, but instead of getting his own clothes back, they release him still chained and in his grey stripes. They know him well enough to realize he'll be back. What happens if, instead of getting in trouble immediately, he walks out of town?
    2. Murder the Hypotenuse

      Zuriel stared at the large-breasted blonde as she napped across Eric's lap. Jealousy rose up within him, and he couldn't restrain plans that popped to mind.

      Eric's hand paused on Jade's hair, and the redhead looked up. Zuri quickly made himself scarce.
    3. Illegal love turns legal.

      They fell in love when she was only sixteen, and he proposed on accident after a passionate first encounter. They were separated by duty, and now, after seventeen years, they are reunited. Only one problem: neither can understand the language of the other.
     
    #1 The Mood is Write, Apr 22, 2016
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2016