Writing Pilates

Writing Pilates

The writing assignment this week: Have Your Character Accomplish the Task at Hand

Have Your Character Accomplish the Task at Hand

Bosomella used thin pounded metal from the smithy, leather and luck, but mostly she crafted her mistresses new legs with the corset and bosom blossomer technology she’d gleaned from Madam Beautific’s School of Princessdom. And her skills had not betrayed her. The new legs stood gleaming in the lamp light, lovely in a frightful, disembodied kind of way. Bosomella had even taken the time to stitch a rose pattern around each calf, complete with frolicking butterflies. But the real test was yet to come and with only a week until the ball there was no time to fashion an alternative. It was either these legs or no legs and with no legs the dancing would be scarce indeed.


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One thought on “Writing Pilates

  • Grandma Judy

    I wish you would write on this story more often so we can get to the ball and see how the problem is solved. I’m hooked!!!!

    Love to you.

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