Rookie Who? Chapter 15 The penguin’s name was no longer Rookie. Why would he need such a name? It no longer has identification or connection to the real world. It is a machine not a living being. Why does it even need any? Computers aren’t meant to feel emotions or interact with society. Their only objective is to follow the master’s orders with no protest. Even at the cost of its life.Rookie Who? Chapter 15 by Mgonz46
A lifeless bird was now swimming towards the island. The order was simple; destroy and conquer. How will it do it? Well, Herbert took care of that earlier. Instructions were sent to the helmet wirelessly, from the triangle device, while the polar bear was erasing the pitiful memories of the PSA agent. How does it work, you ask?
The anatomy of the mind-controller 3000 may looked simple from the outside, but deep inside the wires laid four structures of simple light bulbs, protected by a thick plastic covering (the kind yo
Rookie Who? Chapter 14 (Goodbye) The sun shone above the horizon as clouds surround the troposphere. Morning was creeping in and the night was fading away. With the stray puffles snoring in the bushes and the yellow fishes swimming across the coral reef, no one will be disturbed. Of course most of the citizens still lay in their beds dreaming of who-knows-what. Who would wake up so early anyway? Yet, there’s little who catches the worm.Rookie Who? Chapter 14 (Goodbye) by Mgonz46
“All right Herbert, let’s get this over with,” a green penguin gulped as he waddled towards the iceberg.
Two days, seven hours and fifteen minutes passed since the incident. Why must time move so slow? A decision like this cannot be made overnight. Our Rookie stood in the middle of the Iceberg as he waited for the arrival of a polar bear. He gulped as he waddled to the middle of the floating icecap. Being mind controlled shouldn’t be too
Writing Lesson: Naming Your Character Your character's name is one of the most important decisions you have to make when writing a story. There are tons of resources for naming your characters (baby name websites being my personal favorite) but there are also many things you should take into consideration. Here are some do's and don'ts in no particular order.Writing Lesson: Naming Your Character by Fehnwrites
Similar names for twins I read an article on names recently that expressly forbid the use of matching or similar twin names because it was "overdone". While yes, naming your twins Jayden and Kayden can be a bit tacky sounding, the truth is that people do it. A lot. I've personally met a pair of identical twins named Kirsten and Kristen. Do I think their parents are crazy? A little, but when you're choosing names for your twins, it's hard not to look for rhyming or alliteration. For writers, my only suggestion is to make them visually different enough that readers can tell them apart. Jace and Jackson are easy tw
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