17 April 2012

Pledge

For this year's A-Z challenge, I'm posting juicy tidbits of researchy goodness for your interest and edification. I intend to use these as story prompts for the terrifying writing challenge Story a Day in May. You may use them however you wish.

So let me tell you about this really fabulous art project that's coming up, or rather, let this extremely brief and gorgeous looking video tell you.



I can see all kinds of neat ways to use Souther and Monica's Trading Tortoise idea as inspiration for a story...because the travelogue is such a primal form of storytelling, and what are the chances they won't pick up a cursed object or two on their journey?

(I earned the right to think such things, however devious they may be, because I contributed to their kickstarter fund. You should too.)

10 comments:

Amanda Heitler said...

Great project and a superb story seed.

Mark K said...

Just love the look of that thing... hehehe!

Elizabeth, my humblest apologies for not congratulating you on your story success - very well done! It's so good to hear of others triumphs with the written word :)

Jocelyn Rish said...

What a wonderful idea! I hope the traveling tortoise comes to my neck of the woods.

SherryE said...

What a fun concept! I bet you can get a lot of good stories from their adventures!

I wanted to let you know, I nominated you for the Sunshine Award. I know you're busy with the A-Z challenge, but maybe you can do it in May. If you'd like it, stop by my blog, Mama Diaries to pick it up.

Madeline Mora-Summonte said...

Did someone say, "tortoise"?! :)

I might be biased but I still like this idea.

Elizabeth Twist said...

Thanks! I'll boast excessively when it comes out.

Elizabeth Twist said...

I would love to see it too.

Elizabeth Twist said...

Madeline, your tortoises are so adorable. I love looking at their picture.

Elizabeth Twist said...

Thanks, Sherry! That is really sweet. I will stop by and check it out soon.

Fantasy Writer Guy said...

Okay, who wants to make a trading tortoise with me!

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