#Writing Prompt: Copy cat

cropped-typewriter_small.jpgThis month’s writing prompt is all about lies! Characters are stretching the truth or avoiding it all together. When, how often, how good they are at it, and what they lie about can tell us about our characters — and our character’s character. Perhaps you even have an unreliable narrator on your hands.

Up next: Copy cat.

Your character just plagiarized, and the cat’s out of the bag! More lies…or does the character come clean. Beg for mercy or use some other tactic to come out unscathed.

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