Super 8 ideas for stories


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Hi Everyone.

Whether you are a regular cinema goer or just love watching Steven Spielberg films, Super 8 looks as though it is going to take the cinema world by storm. From it’s breathtaking special effects, to it’s edgy production, are you up for watching it?  Or would you rather be writing your very own, Super 8 stories.

Here are 8 Super ideas you could use to create a Super 8 of your very own:

  1. What if the sky fell down?
  2. Your pet hamster turns into a vampire.
  3. You believe you are a human but find out you are an alien.
  4. You befriend a Zombie.
  5. You are 80 years old and accidentally cast a spell, which puts you in a 22 year old body.
  6. Your Skype camera switches itself on and engages with  your contacts without your knowledge, filming you the whole time.
  7. You wake up one morning dressed as a circus clown.
  8. Your house is taken over by giant ladybirds.

Write soon.

Sandra

quirkybooks.net

beatredundancyblues.wordpress.com

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8 thoughts on “Super 8 ideas for stories

  1. You write on your own blog and link to her site. You also Tweet using the hashtag (#FWF). When you go to her site, she has provided excellent guidelines that are really easy to follow. Look forward to seeing you there!

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    1. I will explore that blog very soon. Thanks for letting me know about it. One question, does the blog prompt fellow bloggers to write freely on their own blog or on the kellieelmore.com blog?

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  2. Super 8 is very easily the ideal monster movie around. It delivers all the action that a movie ought to have and add feeling, yes, humanity into a monster movie. Extremely suggested!

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    1. Hi Perfect Me

      Great to have you onboard.

      The train crash was fantastic in terms of both action and special effects.

      I wish there had been more of this type of action throughout the film. Speilberg is so good at this, I was hungry for more.

      Write soon.

      Sandra

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