DWP No. 048



For WEEK THREE, we are going to do a little character development through a series of questions.


  • Each day, THREE QUESTIONS will be asked
  • Assume a character and answer the three questions IN CHARACTER.




BUT HERE’S THE RUB! (optional)

If anyone comments on your writings, you have to intake that as part of your character, essentially agreeing to whatever anyone brings up as either a comment or questions.

For instance, let’s say you were thinking that your character is a doctor. If someone comments and asks if your character is a circus clown, then you have to say “Yes,” and take that little tidbit and incorporate it into your character, whether or not you like how they’ve changed your character.










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  2. 7. Do you have a favorite book?
    I do, as a matter of fact. This little green book right here. I even had this custom pocket fitted for it right here in my coat, so it’s always on me. I keep my itinerary inside because it’s updated continuously and certainly critical to the course of my daily events. But it’s not my favorite because of its continued relevance, I hold it in the highest preference for there is no other anticipation so exquisite as turning the page and revealing to myself the coming day’s targeted victims.

    8. What’s the first thing you do after you wake up?
    Reset the sleep machine to recharge for another 90 minute dose later in the evening; I don’t accumulate any natural sleep in the course of a day.

    9. When is your most idyllic bedtime?
    Again, this question is a bit moot considering I artificially generate all my sleep whenever I need to fit it into my schedule. But I do suppose, with a little more consideration, a full REM cycle about an hour before a larger-scale presentation (preferably with a spicier international audience) provides an excellent infusion of dream content and that energy tends to intensify my engagement with the clientele, and I certainly revel in the increased aggression.


  3. Phyllis

    My favorite book in the world is Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh. I read it every year on Flag Day. It provides meaning in my life and inspires me to be the very best person I can be. OK, yeah sure, she’s a little snot of a sixth grader, but that chick is an inspiration. Check her out- but don’t say I didn’t warn you.

    Going on, I think that’s a rather personal question that you would ask regarding the first thing that I do when I get up in the morning. Really? It’s worrisome to me that you would focus on such an event. First how do you define ‘up’? Are you implying that I’m depressed the rest of the time? If you must know the truth, often I’m up, to use your vulgar language, three or four times in the morning. Which brings me to my next question-how do you define morning? Is the morning when the night is blackest? When there is peace in the land? When the annoying whir of traffic ceases? When I hear the familiar thump of the newspaper being tossed on the front deck, or have my morning rap with flatulence?

    As for my idyllic bedtime that, too, is a rather personal question. Don’t you have anything better to do than to focus on the personal habits of people you’ve never met?! Frankly I’m appalled that you would ask that question. But if you insist, my ideal bedtime is when I can stop being somebody else, when I can stop having to pretend that the world is my oyster or single tall nonfat cappuccino, low foam with a pretty swirly on top, and just be. That’s all I want. To just be.

    Oh, and get chosen for Let’s Make a Deal.


  4. ‘Even’ Pt. 3

    Do you have a favorite book?
    No, and I’ll tell you why. It wasn’t too long ago that my … uh … mentor … that my mentor told me that there’s nothing a book can teach you that experience can’t teach you better. Of course, I have little to no idea what she meant, but that’s not unusual. Next.

    What’s the first thing you do after you wake up?
    Of course, anything that I’m capable of doing rests squarely upon when I’m waking up. So, I guess, generally speaking, I enjoy using the low glow of dawn to paint. The skewed lighting changes the color and therefore, the perspective of any given piece. Of course, that imminent glow only lasts for about thirty minutes depending on where I’m located in the world. Next.

    When is your most idyllic bedtime?
    Between the hours of dusk and dawn. Next.


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