Today’s #CleanWIP theme and collaborative article is Want. [More info]
Use the #CleanWIP hashtag with lines from a WIP and your tweet might be included in a https://t.co/yUHUbxZp23 collaboration for authors who lean clean and readers who love them. The #CleanWIP theme for Monday, May 11 is WANT. pic.twitter.com/N4AneB3CV0— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) May 11, 2020
“Honey, if you #want to sell your house get Bailey Betterton, she sells anything that has got a roof on it. I saw her sell my grandfather’s house to a blind man; the poor guy thought he’d bought a castle if you know what I mean.” She gave me a wink, and she was gone. #CleanWip— John Wilde (@WriterJohnWilde) May 11, 2020
“Well, Mechal tells me they’re fully healed,” Khomar replied. “I’ve been cleared to do whatever I want.”— M. B. Aznoe (@mbaznoe) May 11, 2020
“The instruction given was to avoid that which would cause overexertion,” Lu noted coolly.#cleanwip #wip #amwritingfantasy
#CleanWIP Half-Price Bride: Was Louise suggesting Carl Goodwin? In his forties, Carl had returned from the war with an alcohol addiction. His wife took all she could then took the baby and left him with five young’uns. Emily did not want to start a marriage with a passel of kids.— Laurean Brooks (@Laurean2) May 11, 2020
“I like simple, so I will make this simple. Tell me what I want to know now, and maybe I don’t shoot you in the head and throw you in the river. Maybe you go back to your pathetic life, and scramble around like the cockroach you are until someone else crushes you.” #CleanWIP— Jessica Marie Holt — Author (@Jessica06311722) May 11, 2020
#CleanWIP (theme WANT)— Katy Huth Jones (@KatyHuthJones) May 11, 2020
“The name means ‘resolute protector.’ Don’t you think that will describe him someday?”
Dolan didn’t answer right away, for he did not want to disappoint her. He felt strongly the child should be named Orland.
#WIPFinds D11 (Me): Introduce a minor character?— Katelyn Buxton (@KBuxtonBooks) May 11, 2020
Mr. Cohen is a little white-haired man that grayed early, and the proprietor of Timothy’s favorite bookshop. For the nominal fee of sweeping out the shop, he’ll let Timothy read whatever he wants, as long as he wants.