Writer’s Quotes #46

“writing takes time, patience, training, and skill.”

Raul Conde (Writer)

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Evil Fingers

Daryll had a premonition of killing people in his nightmare, while he slept at night. He was imagining of killing innocent lives with his fingers straight through their front and back of their bodies. He is worried about what is going to happen on his date the next day. He woke up, went to work, and later at night went home to prepare for a night out with his friend. He worried deeply for June of his hectic nightmare he thinks will happen.

He got prepared to pick up June. Once he picked her up on their date. They went to a restaurant.

June and Daryll were at a Mexican restaurant eating on their first date. They were having conversations about life. June shared giggles with him. They had a fun time dinning in.

“How do you like your food?” asked Daryll.

“Delicious. I love it.” June said.

“How about we go to my place.” He said.

“Sure! But, no funny business, alright!” She said

“Okay!” He responded.

They finished eating. Daryll asked the waiter for the check. The waiter gave it to him. Minutes later he paid with his credit card. June and Daryll head out to his car.

They stopped. His hands move straight out towards June’s front chest. She didn’t like it. Daryll’s fingers started ripping her flesh. His fingers grew straight ahead inside her body. It was killing June and she couldn’t breathe. Lots of her blood came out of her body.

His fingers came out from behind her back finishing the ugly ordeal. She started screaming and losing breath. The strangers screamed and they ran quickly to their cars. Some of them called the police for an emergency. June spat out blood from her mouth and fell to the floor.

His fingers grew back to normal and he started crying for June. She is dead. Daryll is depressed she is gone and disappointed in himself for killing her accidentally. What a terrible date he had. A true nightmare he got arrested by the police for it.

My Viewpoint On Mark Sway of The Novel, (The Client)

Mark Sway was a child who lost his innocence from witnessing a crime. He was simply a nice young kid who used to get into mischief a lot. But, he had to confess about the suicide and tell the lawyers where he knows the dead body is from a crime scene he witnessed. He is a very intelligent kid. You could say that his attempt on solving this crime is unorthodox, but he did it the right way. I think. He didn’t want to tell the truth, because the criminals wound have killed his entire family. It was more complicated then that. He is a brave boy who stood up to his enemies and he made them pay. Mark Sway is another example is smart of solving crimes in hand. See the movie The Client and I’m sure that you will understand it more. Got it!

From A Writer (read this carefully)

Most of us writers are here to entertain. Novels that come out published especially horror and crime novels get a bad name by some readers. Horror novels are supposed to take the readers off violence and just read for leisure time. Yet some others don’t do it, they use violence from horror and crime novels to use it in real life. All of us writers write novels, so there won’t be violence in this world. We get most of the blame for the real violence, while it’s some readers’ fault for harming people by violent acts. We want only for them to read it only from our fiction books, so we can save humanity. Fiction is supposed to be used to help people get their minds out of it and just to read it for leisure. It’s not the writers’ fault, but some of the readers’ fault who intend to do it. We writers want leisure reading to be a friendly environment experience for the audience to enjoy. Reading is supposed to take your mind off violence and just read in books. Reading is fun and educational.