Writing Pilates

Writing Pilates

For our writing assignment this week my lovely sister and I shall…Have our characters change their minds. To read her version please click here.

Have Your Character Change Her Mind

Bosomella halfheartedly picked up a couple of thimbles and made a little tower. She watched it lean slowly toward the smooth stone floor before she flicked it with her finger scattering her handiwork across the room. This was ridiculous. She wasn’t a wizard. She didn’t know anything about mechanical devices. She should be making bosom blossomers and tummy tighteners. Not designing some leg straightening device. Even if she were able to make Miss Borka dance at the ball, the stupid contraption would have to be attached to something. Hmmmm. Perhaps a corset, or maybe a bosom blossomer and corset combined into one….

She called for a squire. Miss Borka’s dancing could wait. First Bosomella would make something that she was good at. Before she could waltz through the crowded ball room and sweep prince Andegej off his feet, Miss Borka would need a brazier. A bra of such craft and beauty as to turn the most ridiculous gown into a stunning showcase of the female form. Miss Borka needed a brazier to die for, and Bosomella would be the fairy to craft it.


I promise you a crazed animal, a concussion, and a kiss in every single book...you're welcome!

2 thoughts on “Writing Pilates

  • mamagriffith

    wow this was funny!

  • Grandma Judy

    Hah, when she is done with Miss Borka’s, send her my way. Sounds like that’s just what I need, a brazier to die for!

    Love to you.

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